Increasingly, applications such as Photoshop and Illustrator boast new features that are made possible by artificial intelligence and machine learning, but what of the more workflow-oriented page layout world? Find out how these new technologies are finally making an appearance in InDesign.
- [Tony] Hi, and welcome to "Design Tools Weekly" … with me, Tony Harmer. … This week, we're going to take a look at … how Adobe's Sensei, something that's making its presence … felt elsewhere in the Creative Cloud ecosystem … to quite some extent, especially in Photoshop, … is beginning to appear in the page layout world of InDesign. … So we've got a couple of things to look at here. … And the first one is actually something that's shared … by pretty much anything using Adobe fonts. … And that's the ability to find similar fonts. … If I go ahead here and select all of this headline, … I can go up to anywhere I can choose a font, … and when I move over a selection … such as the one I currently have, … although it could be anything, of course, … I have this small, more or less equals to icon just here … and I can click and it will intelligently … find me similar fonts. … Now, like other things involving Adobe Sensei, … the aim is to reduce some of the repetitive … and time-consuming work, such as searching through fonts …
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