There’s no need to be scared of your first EasyCatalog project!
We’ve produced this reference page to tell you what you need to know to get started producing data-driven catalogues, and how to get on with producing your first catalogue.
What EasyCatalog produces
EasyCatalog helps you create great looking catalogue pages automatically within Adobe InDesign, usually in a fraction of the time it would take to manually create the pages.
Here’s how we’ve helped Australian companies to better present their product information:
What do I need?
To create automated catalogue pages with EasyCatalog you will need:
- Adobe InDesign
- EasyCatalog (trial or full version)
- Product data
- Product images and drawings
- An idea of your proposed catalogue layout
- A graphic designer/operator to create the pages within InDesign/EasyCatalog
What problems might I encounter?
It’s too hard to get started
We’ve produced a handy “Getting Started” pack to guide you to setup your first automated pages. Email us if you’d like a copy.
The EasyCatalog interface is a bit scary
Once you know where the key bits of EasyCatalog are you’re on your way.
I’m a designer not a boffin
EasyCatalog gives you lots of easy-to-use tools and functionality to use within InDesign.
How do I know which software modules I need?
Take your time to work through your data and your catalogue requirements. Download and use the free 30 day trial.