Discover a way to publish interactive digital documents from InDesign using the Publish Online service.
- [Instructor] Another exciting option…that you have with InDesign is the Publish Online service,…which allows you to create a rich, interactive document…directly from InDesign, possibly even using a print layout…as we've got here, and publish it online.…I'm going to give you a brief taster of some of the…things you can do with that, in fact,…just a couple of things, to keep the movie short.…It's a big topic, and some things that you could…look into here on the library.…
So with the layout that we've been working with,…what I'm going to do is just switch workspaces here…to digital publishing, 'cause this will give me…all of the panels that I need.…I'm going to click on this logo graphic…from the Creative Cloud library…and choose animation just here,…and then I'm going to choose an animation preset.…I'm just going to choose fade in, okay,…and the InDesign butterfly shows me…what will happen just there.…In fact, every time I mouse over, it fades in.…
Okay, that's just fine, and it's going to happen…when the page loads just there,…
- 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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