Graphic Design | March 2, 2018 | Matthias Guenther
QuarkXPress is first to create a single PDF compliant to PDF/A and PDF/X-4
When creating PDF often two requirements seem to clash: The PDF needs to be printed (so ideally PDF/X-4) The PDF needs to be accessible (tagged) and to be archived (so PDF/A) Why not create two PDF files (one /A and one /X)? Sure, […]
Graphic Design | March 1, 2018 | Matthias Guenther
Webinar Showing Major Features of QuarkXPress 2018
Graphic Design | December 9, 2017 | Matthias Guenther
Are subscriptions the new dongles?
Back in 1997 QuarkXPress introduced a dongle. A dongle is small piece of hardware that controls the legitimate use of the software. It wasn’t a good idea. Therefore Quark stopped using dongles in 2002. And legitimate users hated dongles, as didn’t appear to […]
Graphic Design | March 31, 2017 | Matthias Guenther
Happy 30th Birthday, QuarkXPress!
Thirty years ago today Quark debuted the first version of QuarkXPress – and the world of page layout changed forever. The new software replaced manual layout processes with WYSIWYG postscript that launched a new era of desktop publishing. The ensuing years have brought […]