InDesign 2018 USER INTERFACE STILL TOO SMALL!
Over the years I (and others) have requested that the UI of InDesign be scalable. As designers, our eyes navigate us thru the creative process.
IT IS NOT EASY to readily decipher palettes and menus which sport MICROSCOPIC TYPE on a 28-inch, high-resolution monitor.
It IMPEDES workflow if one is spending extra time trying to find and choose things on the interface.
At least give us a choice! Smaller, Medium, Large, Extra-large.
When will Adobe get this??????
I got a new CC subscription and it is very frustrating to have such a small UI on a 4K-Display. Especially since all other CC apps (besides Illustrator) scale totally fine. Hope they fix that issue soon.
Joe Scannell commented
Amen to this. We should also have the option of omitting icons we seldom use, to make more room for the (larger) ones we do. Scalable and user-defined toolbars. Period.
If Photoshop and Illustrator can have adjustable UIs - InDesign should as well. Working with a microscopic user interface is hard on the eyes and almost makes me want to go back to using Powerpoint, for the sake of said eyes.
Dmitry D. commented
I fully support this feature. The font size of the panels and dialogues is very small.
Enabling this would help Adobe's compliance with the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA).
Give users more flexibility with the program interface please. This will help alot of people with eye strain.