Hello, I have a new job where I am no longer a web developer, I am now a print developer for a major corporation. I am making new packaging and print design for their entire product line, which is several dozen products, each with a manual, sales sheet, box, all that. The problem: I am quite skilled in web development and Photoshop/CSS/HTML and backend PHP/JQuery work, but I have never really had printing as a main responsibility. I am quite familiar with Illustrator and Indesign, they were never just my main tools, I was used to being in Photoshop and a coding program for the last decade. Well now, I spend my days laying out product boxes and such and coming up with designs to be sent overseas to be mass produced. So, I am wondering if I should force myself to make all the product boxes in Indesign, and use the dielines on a layer there, and not use Illustrator. I started my rough drafts in illustrator, but have never redone the designs in Indesign, and I want to know if I should force myself to make everything layout/dieline related in Indesign, and only use Illustrator for graphics or logos. What is the general consensus on making "single page" documents like a box die or something. Illustrator just for objects and art, but Indesign for the actual layouts and placement? Help me rhonda.