Learn how to set up and create a magazine template using Adobe InDesign. Graphic designer Nigel French explains body text, headlines, subheads, and images.
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Writers and editors: This InDesign course is for you. Learn how to efficiently edit and format text, navigate a document, and overcome common problems when working with text in InDesign.
Learn how to create a letterhead system, complete with envelope and stationery templates, to extend branding from business card to mailbox.
Learn how to design brochures that are both stylish and cost-effective.
Dissects the anatomy of a typeface and defines the vocabulary of typography, using practical, real-world examples in InDesign.
Learn to create more compelling layouts with Adobe InDesign using contrast, repetition, hierarchy, and scale.
Learn how to use grids to create better looking InDesign layouts.
Explore the components of an elegant and readable book design, and the setup and strategy for designing a book in Adobe InDesign.
Learn to create an eye-catching and welcoming invitation using the Adobe Creative Suite.
Explains the components that make an instructive style guide, and the elements that create a strong brand identity.
Examine all the components of a magazine cover—the page that brands and sells a magazine to readers.
How to build an eye-catching newsletter with an efficient workflow integrating text and images using Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.
Effective design and production techniques utilizing the best features of InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop.
Explores the creative process, giving designers options for producing brochures that are both stylish and cost-effective.
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