AuthorBart Van de Wiele
- Placing and updating files
- Working with layers
- Importing and exporting snippets
- Using Photoshop alpha channels
- Deciding between artboards and layers
- Working with native files
- Using Creative Cloud libraries
- Exchanging text between InDesign and Illustrator
- Linking text between native InDesign files
- Exchanging colors between applications
- Working with Photoshop Smart Objects
- Applying Photoshop paths
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] As a designer, you're used to using a myriad of different tools, like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign. And often, you need to place, import, or paste content from one of these applications into another. But choosing the wrong technique or file format can sometimes lead to restrictions in your workflow. Typical symptoms of this are difficulties round-tripping between applications, having to flatten layers, or having to save multiple versions of the same file. All of this can result in lost time or unnecessary additional files for you to manage. Join me, Bart Van de Wiele, as we explore the best ways to navigate Adobe's flagship applications, using real-life production techniques you can apply in your print or online design workflows. Learning these techniques will allow you to work more flexibly and efficiently when using Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign together as a true power combo.
1. A Powerful Combination
2. Using Photoshop Content in InDesign
3. Using Illustrator Content in InDesign
4. Using InDesign Content in InDesign
5. Placing Native Files in Illustrator
Using Photoshop layers comps2m 39s
6. Placing and Linking Content in Photoshop
7. Exchanging Colors between Applications
8. Updates and Conclusion
Keep in touch24s
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