CorelDraw is one of the most popular and powerful graphics programs and gives designers a most rewarding and enjoyable work experience. It is built and designed to meet the day-to-day demands of working designers. CorelDraw software is available in the market and once loaded onto the computer, you can get started with your designing work.
Adobe® Illustrator® is a professional quality graphic art program. Its applications are diverse, from creating print to web graphics and, for our purposes, posters. Although the program is complex and requires a significant amount of time to truly master, it is quite easy to learn the basics and create work with a professional appearance. Designing a poster does not require any special artistic talent or skills; it just requires having the patience to get acquainted with the program. As with most computer applications, I recommend using the trial-and-error methodology to figure out the intricacies of this program. You will make numerous mistakes, and frequently want to make changes. Thankfully Illustrator is equipped with an undo option.
Photoshop is unlike other common software interfaces which emulate virtual typewriters or graphing paper. Photoshop creates an artist's virtual studio/darkroom. When you open the program you see a toolbox on the left with tools you will use to manipulate your images, and on the right, a white square which is your "canvas" or work area. The gray area surrounding the canvas is not part of your image, but only defines its edges.
Adobe InDesign is a program used by creative professionals to design printed or electronic publications. Much like its predecessors, Quark Express and PageMaker, InDesign offers an interface that allows you to easily template and develop an application from the ground up. Traditionally, InDesign is not used for graphic or text creation, but is utilized to format entire publications by linking the content from its source. This is most helpful when not wanting to adjust the design of a document but change the content within. As such, InDesign is primarily used for the design of printed materials (ie. newsletters, magazines, posters, billboards, books, manuals, etc.) but can export electronic files for almost any design platform.
Shree-Lipi from Modular InfoTech Pvt. Ltd. has for long been regarded as the best multilingual solution and font package for Indian languages. Modular InfoTech has now come out with its new version i.e. Shree-Lipi 7.4. Many changes have been made for improvement so as to provide maximum friendliness, flexibility and simplicity to the user. Shree-Lipi is the finest Indian language multilingual script processor (composing software) designed and developed by Modular InfoTech Pvt. Ltd., Pune, the Pioneer in Indian language script processing. It also has the largest collection of Indian language fonts. Shree-Lipi is available for Devnagari, Gujarati, Punjabi, Bengali, Oriya, Tamil, Kannada, Telugu, Malayalam, Sanskrit, Assamese, Manipuri, Sindhi, Arabic, Russian, and Sinhalese etc. It also supports English script with diacritical marks suitable for Indian language transliteration. High quality specially hinted Modular fonts are supplied in Type1 format as well as in True Type format. These fonts can be used in various applications like PageMaker, CorelDraw, Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, MSOffice, Quark Express etc. You can create eye-catching documents using the symbol fonts given along with the package.