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Digital distribution is the wave of the future for magazines and other print publications. Get on board now, with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS). DPS tools are included with InDesign and can help you create rich interactive publications for mobile devices, such as the iPad, as well as Android and Windows 8.1 devices—with no code! Bob Levine shows you how to create DPS folios in InDesign with striking cover artwork, create and import articles, and add various interactive features, like buttons, audio and video, HTML content, links to outside sources, and even animation. He also shares his advice for publishers targeting more than just the iPad, as well as useful scripts and extensions for automating parts of your workflow.
Hi I'm Bob Levine and welcome to Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, Essential Training. In this course you will learn how to use the same tools that publishers of all sizes are using, to produce engaging interactive content for distribution to mobile devices like the iPad. First, you'll learn what a Digital Publishing Suite folio is. And how to create one with InDesign. We'll learn what articles are and how to add them to your folio. I'll go over various forms of interactivity.
And along the way, I'll share some of my favorite tips to help you make the most of the tools in Digital Publishing Suite. Finally, I'll share some advice for what I think are the best workflows for those targeting more that just the iPad. Well, I'm excited to get started and I hope you are, too. So, let's get started.
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