Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Making a new folio, part of Designing a Digital Magazine.
…So it's now time to create our folio.…I'm going to come to the Folio Builder panel.…If you haven't already signed in, you will need to do so when you come to this panel.…And for that, you will need an Adobe ID.…They're free to get if you don't already have one.…On the Folio Builder panel, we see the finished…folio and I'm now going to create a new folio.…Which will recreate this, I'll call this FlyAway 1.…I'm going to increase the viewer version to the highest number, 30 in this case.…
That may change, by the time you are viewing this.…And for the orientation, I'm going to use landscape only.…If I were to create a dual orientation folio, then that means about…twice as much work, because I have to do two layouts for every page.…While there are liquid layout rules that sort of promise that it will do…that for you, they don't work very well unless you have very, very simple pages.…And having a dual orientation will also double the size of your folio.…
So while there are many digital magazines that make good use…
- Setting up pages
- Adding and formatting content
- Choosing typefaces appropriate for the screen
- Creating the folio
- Adding interactivity
- Creating an app from a digital magazine
Skill Level Intermediate
Designing a Magazine Layout (2009)with Nigel French3h 25m Intermediate
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Essential Trainingwith Bob Levine2h 33m Intermediate
1. Setting Up the Page
2. Adding and Formatting Content
3. Creating and Managing Articles
4. Typographic Choices
5. Creating the Folio
6. Adding Interactivity
7. Building an App
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