So I create my designs in Illustrator, my colleague in Photoshop. But we
both use (she plans to) InDesign to document our F&BS and U&DAs. As for the
F&BS, there is the writing, layout of the doc, and then there are the visual
design (screenshots). Do any of you use these tools to produce your docs?
And if you do, I'd like to ask how you solve the following problem.
I create the images, and paste them from Illustrator to InDesign. But then I
make changes to the native file. Pasting seems to be a pain, so is
importing, just takes a long time, like 1-2 minutes....especially if you
have to update the design so many times back and forth whenever you change
anything. My ideal work flow would be that InDesign should know that the
file is from Illustrator, so if I make a change in Illustrator, it updates
the InDesign doc. Currently I do not believe that this functionality exists
in the Adobe suite, does it?
How do you deal with the changes that happen, inevitably?