The InDesignSecrets Videocast brings the humor and enthusiasm of Adobe InDesign gurus David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepcion to life as they demonstrate how to boost your efficiency and enhance your creativity.
Making an accessible PDF suitable for visually challenged people who use screen readers is very important, but has been difficult until InDesign CS5.5. Anne-Marie shows how several new features can save you hours of time! Includes: the style mapping, alt tags, artifacts, and the Articles panel.
The Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) is a great way to publish from InDesign to tablet (iPad, Kindle Fire, Android, etc.). Guest presenter Bob Levine shows how to use the new Overlay Creator panel (which works with CS5 and CS5.5) in order to build interactive content, such as pan and zoom, html content, and slide shows.
If you spend a lot of time laying out similar kinds of multi-column pages, like a magazine layout, you need these tricks for spanning columns, creating style relationships, and building object styles.
If you want to create EPUB files, you'd be crazy not to use the powerful new features in CS5.5. In this episode Anne-Marie Concepcion describes the powerful new workflow, including a look at object export options, style mapping, articles, and more!
InDesign lets you put an image or text anywhere on your page. The Articles panel lets you define an order for those objects (what comes first, second, etc.) when you need to export your document to EPUB, tagged accessible PDF, or HTML. It's easy!
InDesign CS5's linked stories feature lets you use the same content in multiple places in your document. Learn how linked text can help supercharge your workflow!
What if you want the first page of your InDesign document to be a left-hand page? David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepcion show you three different ways to solve this puzzle!
The more you know, the more efficient you can be in Adobe InDesign! Join David and Anne-Marie as they explore 10 cool ways to add color swatches to your documents, uncovering some unexpected surprises as they go!
Here are three techniques to leave a comment or note inside your InDesign document for yourself or a co-worker! Join David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepcion, co-hosts of InDesignSecrets.com as they explore Adobe InDesign, inside and out.
Take a trip with David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepcion into the realm of placing multiple images in InDesign CS4, where some new and helpful (but not immediately obvious) features make importing images much easier!