posted on Nov, 4 2013 @ 05:59 PM
Following the Adobe mention above, I have been using Adobe Illustrator in my work regularly for years (you can also get a trial) which consists of
having to do a similar thing to what you described. It is by far the standard in print and digital print design. However, if you are new to Adobe and
haven't had any experience with Photoshop for instance, it may be a little tricky to get the hang of it and all it's nuances right away.
Pretty much anything you can think of design wise you can do and there's plenty of tools you can use to add flair and creative input into your pages
to really make something unique, but again it can be a tricky beast to tame!
If you do decide to go down this route then I can guide you to some tutorials to get you started online, or if you'd prefer a bit more of a personal
response then please feel free to message me any questions or problems you have and I will help out where I can