If you ever tried adding interactivity to your InDesign documents you most likely play around with buttons. They are fairly simple features, but to make the most of them you have to dig deeper
As the designer you are expected to check the text in your InDesign documents thoroughly.
Watch this seminar and learn how to create a cover and spread layouts for a travel magazine. We will make important editorial, graphic design and technical decisions and use several InDesign CS5 new features too. The presentation is 45 minutes long and it is the unedited recorded version of the live seminar.
Watch this eSeminar and learn how to design a trifold-brochure in Adobe InDesign CS5. We will create a template, use text and images for the layout and then save the print-ready PDF. We will discuss some graphic design principles too. The presentation is 45 minutes long and it is the unedited recorded version of the live seminar.
In this tutorial you can learn some very useful keyboard shortcuts to edit type in Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. These shortcuts will help you to speed up your work and to edit your text more precisely. In this tutorial I show examples in InDesign, but most of the shortcuts I mention also work in the other two applications.
You can learn keyboard shortcuts for the most commonly used text editing options like changing size, font, kerning, tracking, leading, paragraph alignment, baseline shift, style, capitalisation, hyphenation etc.