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Five-minute workflow improvements for creative pros, covering Photoshop, Illustrator, WordPress, and other tools designers commonly use.
Learn to add advanced features like security, form fields, and links, while keeping PDFs accessible and compliant.
Get a thorough introduction to InDesign. Learn how to assemble text and images into multipage documents that can be published in print, on the web, and in many other electronic formats, with this industry-standard page-layout program.
Learn to create more compelling layouts with Adobe InDesign using contrast, repetition, hierarchy, and scale.
Quickly format large amounts of data with InDesign and Data Merge.
Control how your InDesign print layouts are exported to HTML, and add links, custom CSS, and more.
Three different design approaches to make your resume stand out and make hiring managers take notice.
Walks you through the ins and outs of working with multiple languages in InDesign, from choosing a font for a specific language to exporting multilingual EPUBs.
Introduces InDesign CS6 and its workflow, document distribution, and flexibility improvements.
Shows how to create cost-effective, elegantly styled menus with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
Shows how to design polished multi-page documents for print and electronic output, in the shortest time possible.
David Blatner calls upon his comprehensive experience as he demonstrates how scripts can automate repetitive, time-consuming tasks.
How to tap into some of the best free plug-ins to boost productivity and streamline page layout and workflow.
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