Desktop Publishing

Relates to individuals that earn 50% or more of their income producing publications including brochures, books, magazines, newspapers or other published works. Desktop publishing usually involves a multi-step process of authoring text, illustrations, and graphics that when combined with digitized photos in a template, create a finished document. Includes creative professionals that use Adobe InDesign, PageMaker, FrameMaker, QuarkXPress, or other page-layout software tool to produce documents to print on a laser printer, rendered as a PDF, or outputted to an electronic publishing, image setting or plate making system.

Knowledge Workers (examples): Color specialists, layout artists, paginators, graphic designers, publishing technicians, production artists, pre-press technicians, pre-media technicians

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