Adobe's InDesign product manager Chad Siegel visited London this month to show a selection of new InDesign features to Macworld UK. Using a MacBook Pro, Siegel offered a glimpse at a number of time-saving features that focus on designers, but stressed these to be no more than a small selection of some of the features the company is working on.
"We're investing in workflow," he explained, promising better integration between all the products to be shipped within Creative Suite 3. He even shows some of the powerful image import and editing features that will be made available within the next iteration of Photoshop.
There's still work to do, the demonstration confirmed, as the MacBook Pro crashed while being used for this - but the work is taking place.
News source: Macworld UK