Join David Blatner for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of InDesign: Color.
- Color is a fascinating topic and one of the most complex…and potentially confusing aspects of working in InDesign…but with the lessons and techniques that we discussed…in this title you now have a solid foundation to work with…and you can feel confident when building documents.…Of course, there's always more to learn…so I encourage you to do a couple of things.…First, search the Online Training Library…for Color Management titles.…Color Management is an advanced topic…but an important one for InDesign users…who want to maximize their output quality.…
I would also encourage you to look…for my other InDesign titles here…on the Online Training Library,…such as InDesign Insider Training: Print PDFs…and also InDesign Insider Training: Preflight and Printing.…Finally, check out my blog at InDesignSecrets.com…where there are 1,000s of free tutorials and podcasts…including a lot of information about color on InDesign.…You'll also find InDesign Magazine here…which is one of the benefits of registering…as a paid monthly or annual member on that site.…
- 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
InDesign CC 2013 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner9h 30m Beginner
Graphic Design Foundations: Colorwith Mary Jane Begin1h 57m 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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