I should think this information is commercially sensitive and wouldn't be available. Regarding other uses, InDesign is not used for creating website, but it can be used for creating digital books, magazines, catalogues and ephemera (formats include PDF, ePub, DPS) and also apps, presentations, digital forms and animations.
I can see your point. However, it is my understanding that InDesign holds a huge share of the market and is the number one application used for desktop publishing. In this case I would think Adobe actually wants to share this data because it makes them look good (and deservingly so because InDesign is really a fantastic product – certainly my favorite of all their products).
Since InDesign has the ability to export files in html format it was my impression it could also be used to design websites or elements of websites.
Are you aware of statistics of any kind on InDesign use ?
Thank you for your answer to my posts and helpful information.
Here is an article that talks about CC users.
InDesign has its own HTML export and there are several plugins, In5 and my own Baker export.
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How about Adobe Investor Relations.
Although InDesign can export HTML, this is not an efficient way to create websites. Better to use say Adobe Muse for this, which I understand was developed by the InDesign team and uses similar keyboard short-cuts and so on. Alternatively there's Adobe's Dreamweaver, for creating more sophisticated websites.
As mentioned previously InDesign is excellent for producing digital publications directly such as exporting to AEM Mobile (Adobe Experience Manager), FXL and Reflowable text ePubs and Publish Online, and it links with numerous third-party applications such as Twixl Publisher, Mag+, Aquafadas, in5, and lots more.
Thank you for your help and reply.
The information you provided is very helpful.
I appreciate it.
I looked at the links you provided but couldn't find the statistics I am looking for.
Thank you for your help and for your helpful reply.