Learn the basic concepts of assembling your design for a print service provider.
- [Instructor] I'm in the document 07_11finishingindd…from the exercise files that I've been working with…throughout this chapter.…And this is the table all finished up…from the previous movie,…and all I need to do here now…is to send this to the back,…because at the moment if I just tap w here,…just go into preview mode,…this is cutting across this model's foot,…which I'm sure wouldn't be very comfortable.…So if I just send that to the back,…which I could do via Object, Arrange, Send to Back,…then now her foot projects nicely across the top of that…because this one has a cut out on the side there.…
The images that were there in earlier movies,…they've all been moved out to this array on the back page.…A small address has been added there.…You'd be amazed actually, how much communication…has gone out in the world…without that simple information on it.…I saw a picture, only the other day actually,…of a bus in the U.S., two lawyers,…or they looked like lawyers saying talk to us…and that was it.…No number, about what and how. (laughs)…
- The creative process
- Layout and composition
- Transforming images and assets in Photoshop
- Drawing logos in Illustrator
- Designing graphics and documents in InDesign
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