David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción, co-hosts of the web's top resource for InDesign tips and tricks, InDesign Secrets.com, share some hidden and sometimes surprising workflow tips that will make working in InDesign more efficient and more fun.
Dissects the anatomy of a typeface and defines the vocabulary of typography, using practical, real-world examples in InDesign.
Self-contained InDesign effects projects designed to be completed in ten minutes or less.
Learn to create an eye-catching and welcoming invitation using the Adobe Creative Suite.
Examine all the components of a magazine cover—the page that brands and sells a magazine to readers.
Combines the use of Adobe InDesign and Digital Publishing Suite to add an interactive web experience to your digital magazine.
Shows how to create cost-effective, elegantly styled menus with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
Explores powerful table features in InDesign, illustrating how tables work and how they can be used inventively and efficiently.
Covers styles, a time-saving set of features that allows designers to maximize efficiency in InDesign.
Shows how to design polished multi-page documents for print and electronic output, in the shortest time possible.
Reviews the common issues that arise when preparing InDesign documents for printing and shows how to tweak PDF and document settings to ensure the perfect print.
Shows publishers and designers how to use the software they already use to create print books and apply it to the emerging ebook market.
Takes you through every step in the process of creating an ebook, from setting up the InDesign document to exporting an EPUB file that can be read on a computer, smartphone, Apple iPad, or Sony Reader.
Leverage your existing InDesign knowledge to quickly gain a foothold in the rapidly expanding world of ebooks.
Shows how to use InDesign to add animation and interactivity to digital documents.
Get quickly up to speed on the new and enhanced features of Adobe InDesign CS5.
Shows how to design a CD package using a combination of Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Bridge, and Acrobat.
Shows how editors and designers use Adobe InCopy and InDesign to collaborate on publications, and save time and money.
Explores how XML tools can enhance the page layout process in InDesign.
Provides an in-depth exploration of the new features in Adobe InDesign CS5.
Introduces GREP and shows how to apply it in any InDesign file and use metacharacters and expressions to speed up text formatting.
Discover the top ten diagnoses for problem InDesign files, including how to rebuild preferences and deal with corruption errors with INX files.
David Blatner demonstrates how to use GREP codes to improve workflow.