Adobe was releasing its new desktop publishing software as a successor to Adobe PageMaker. They needed a new name that signaled broader design applications — a blank canvas for the world of desktop publishing design.
InDesign captures the heart of the software’s capabilities. Used for all kinds of print media including newspapers, magazines, flyers, and brochures, InDesign is active and all about exploring the possibilities of designing in a medium fixed by the edges of a page. The unusual grammatical structure of this mark (preposition + noun/verb) creates new language that is distinctive in its category. InDesign has spawned 86 user groups in 36 countries with a total membership of more than 51,000.
Lexicon has named some of the most powerful brands of the digital revolution. Some of our first clients were Apple, Microsoft, and Intel, and today almost all our clients leverage technology in one way or another in the products they bring to market. We provide the help needed to create distinctive brands that stand out and compete on a global scale – and that can clear the rising global trademark hurdle.
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