- RGB vs. CMYK
- Spot colors vs. process colors
- Applying colors
- Converting spot colors
- Creating swatches
- Exploring color with the Color Picker, Color Theme tool, and Adobe Color
Skill Level Beginner
- [Voiceover] Hi, I'm David Blatner, the co-host of InDesignSecrets.com, and this is InDesign Insider Training, Working with Color. I know a few people who use InDesign for just black and white print jobs, but the vast majority of InDesign users need to work with color. And color in InDesign, well, it's not always obvious or intuitive how it works. In this course, I'm gonna start with the fundamentals of color, which I found, even some long-time users don't understand well enough. Then, I'll get into how to apply colors in InDesign to get just the color you want.
Whether you document is destined for print or screen. And finally, I'll discuss some of the basic and advance features InDesign offers for creating, editing and managing your colors. InDesign has some of the most powerful color features of any layout app in the world, and I'm looking forward to showing you around. Come along with me and get the insider's scoop on working with color
Graphic Design Foundations: Colorwith Mary Jane Begin1h 57m Beginner
InDesign CC 2013 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner9h 30m Beginner
1. First Things First: Understanding Color in InDesign
Spot color vs. process color2m 23s
2. Color Techniques
3. Creating Swatches
4. Exploring Color Interactively
Next steps1m 13s
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