QuarkXPress 2016: The Better Alternative for Creative Professionals
QuarkXPress 2016 builds on the success of its predecessor, which 66% of users* rated as the best version of QuarkXPress ever. With its 64-bit architecture, QuarkXPress 2016 delivers outstanding performance across the board, from file handling and layout rendering to PDF export. Add in a raft of innovative new capabilities and long requested features and you have a winning combination for creatives who only want the best.
* 2015 online poll
What the Press Says about QuarkXPress 2016
From reviews around the world QuarkXPress 2016 has been called game-changing and a must-have upgrade. We received excellent ratings from top industry sources that prove QuarkXPress 2016 is on its way to being the best version we have ever released. See for yourself:
Recommended: QuarkXPress 2016’s new ability to convert objects and pages from other programs makes this version a vital upgrade for any user. The ability to export HTML5-based publications with interactivity will make modern publishers happy, and the dozen or so smaller improvements add efficiency to an already fast and efficient program.
Rating very good: The new version of QuarkXPress 2016 has been extended with practical and intelligent features that facilitate the integration into production environments of the publishing industry. The functionality and performance of the program have grown as a serious rival for the competition.
QuarkXPress 2016 is a powerful application that can help you efficiently produce and deliver great-looking content for print and digital publications. It is stable and speedy, and the modern UI is (for the most part) a pleasure to use. If you’re interested in a standalone layout program that comes with a perpetual license, offers direct HTML5 publishing, and gives you the ability to convert content from a variety of sources into editable items, then give QuarkXPress 2016 a look.
The PDF machine: The upgrade to QuarkXPress 2016 fits every user. The PDF converter alone is probably worth the upgrade fee. For those who want to publish content digitally and independent of a service and additional payments, HTML5 publications are ideal. Considering the core aspects of a typesetting and layout tool, which are design and typography, QuarkXPress now outperforms InDesign.