Artemis uses specific type of software to create visual displays of ideas and information.

Desktop publishing is about using software to combine and rearrange text and images and creating digital files for print, online viewing, or websites.

Documents may be for desktop or commercial printing or electronic distribution, including PDF, slideshows, email newsletters, electronic books, and the Web.

An explosion of consumer programs and the associated advertising hype stretched the use of “desktop publishing software” to include software for making greeting cards, calendars, banners and other crafty print projects.

This resulted in a wide range of low-end, low-cost, easy-to-use software that doesn’t require traditional design and prepress skills to use. The primary page layout software applications in use by professional graphic designers and commercial printing prepress technicians are Adobe InDesign and QuarkXPress.