Learn about the roundtrip workflow between InDesign and Photoshop.
- [Instructor] So if you're working…along with this sequentially,…perhaps now is a good time to actually save your work…because, remember, it's all just ones and zeros…bouncing around there in all of that…freaky, freaky, electricity,…and sometimes things happen.…InDesign has excellent crash recovery.…In fact, that's one of the things…that set it apart from its main competitor early on;…the fact that it could recover documents…even if they'd never been saved.…But let's not take that risk…because I don't want to lose all of your hard work.…
If you have access to the exercise files,…you can actually pick up at this particular point.…I'm now in 07_05_roundtrip.indd,…so you could just open this one and carry on,…but otherwise, save your own and continue.…So we're going to go to page two.…We've got work to do on page two and page four.…And we're going to just go back and consolidate…some of the things we did in the Photoshop chapter.…So let's go to page two.…So I could just pan across here, of course.…
Hold down the space bar and move across.…
- 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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