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25 Great Adobe InDesign Guides & Tutorials
From InDesign to Ebooks
Lines and rules aren’t the most scintillating aspects of typography, but beneath their dull appearances lurk some interesting graphic capabilities you might not have considered. In this column, we’ll look at some useful tricks you can perform combining InDesign styles with its controls over paragraph rules and underscores. All of the color graphic elements in this example are actually rules, created automatically with a single mouse click, as part of paragraph and character styles.
Good clean typography is a fundemental skill of any designer. Most designers believe they have good typography but in my experience it is something which is developed through time and experience.
See this animation? I know what you’re thinking…Illustrator to Flash, right? Think again.
Using InDesign Style Sheets ( click here for Quark Style Sheets )
As faculty advisor to a student newspaper, I’ve seen what problems university students often run into and concepts that are most useful to them when laying out a publication in InDesign.
Posted by Daniel in Tutorials on September 9th, 2010 with 22 Comments Adobe InDesign is something I have recently started to work with due to an upcoming project I am about to start working on with Design Juices & Lucas Cobb Design . So I thought I best get up to speed with making use of all of InDesign’s key features.
InDesign allows you to collect all documents in a Book. Using Book, you can easily synchronize styles in every document and maintain a consistent layout throughout your project. In this tutorial, we will create a book made from 3 chapters, complete with Table of Content, Introduction, and a Cover.
In this tutorial, we’ll explain how to do an easy setup in InDesign for automatically numbered tickets. We will look at the handy “Data Merge Tool,” which is a great time-saver.
After working for a couple agencies as an Art Director, I noticed many entry level designers and old pros alike still use InDesign very inefficiently when it comes to typography and formatting. This tutorial will cover the formatting of type within Adobe Indesign using their wonderful paragraph and character styles feature. This tutorial assumes you already know some of the basics of InDesign, but I will cover some of the basics quickly for new users.
InDesign is a powerful software application created by Adobe, the same creators of Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks and various other creative applications.