Editor's note: Don't miss Steve's extensive story on CC Libraries in Issue 83 of InDesign Magazine, which you can also read here if you're a Premium Member. In the past few years, Adobe has released a number of free mobile apps which are designed to capture or create artwork, colors and other assets. They […]
It's time to reveal the solution—and the winner—for this month's InDesignSecrets contest! Here's the scenario: You're working on a print project. The client gives you all their production files including InDesign files (set up for print with CMYK colors, bleeds, etc), art files, a PDF preset. At one point, the client asks for a set of PDFs to check […]
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Update to InDesign CC 2015 brings enhancements in accessibility, Publish Online, styles, and more.
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You can almost achieve the impossible—making an InDesign object style control the size of a frame—by combining other things an object style CAN do.
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Even if you don't have access to Adobe Experience Manager, you can create content for AEM Mobile apps. Here's how.
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Adobe Comp CC gives you the ability to easily work up a comp design—using actual assets instead of placeholders—that you can then send to the desktop to finalize the design. But that doesn't mean the workflow only moves in the direction of mobile to desktop. Working in the Creative Cloud ecosystem allows for two-way flow, […]
Got arrows or callout lines that are almost invisible over a dark background? Here's an easy fix.
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Video course shows the best way to add lines that run alongside a paragraph, which can span columns or pages, and be built into styles.
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