Asim Shahzad Posted on 01. Feb, 2012 | Comment in!
Adobe Systems always present ultimate products especially for design industry as we have Adobe InDesign application; it can be used to create works such as print media designs as I have my own experience as poster designing, brochure designing, book designing, flyer designs, beautiful magazine designs, newspapers and custom postcard printing as well. In this roundup we have Adobe InDesign Tutorials can help you to increase your graphic designing skills with latest techniques of this best designing software, InDesign is the perfect choice for making even documents which you need as printed copies with graphs and high-quality images.
These of all InDesign tutorials are full of designing knowledge and special practices to get more grip as print media publisher as well, so I recommend to you all professional graphic designers and newbies.
In this tutorial, we’ll look at how to create a magazine cover in InDesign. You’ll learn how to set up a page layout and add text. This is an introduction to InDesign and no previous knowledge is required. This is a simple project put together to help get you started with InDesign. Let’s get to it!
Today we are going to take a business card design from first idea to preparing the file for print. So whether you need a business card for yourself or a client read on.
Use the power of grid based designs to create a structured and professional page layout in InDesign, which can then be populated with a range of information to produce a polished CV or Resume.
Text threading is a natural component when creating multipage InDesign documents. However, I still run into quite a few users that haven’t quite mastered the ins-and-outs of the feature. So, I figured I would get everyone up to speed on text threading, including taking it from a master page perspective, plus a few tips for speeding up your editing and proofing workflows.
Want to learn how to make an ad that could go into a magazine? Jump into Adobe InDesign with this real-world tutorial on creating a print-ready ad. This tutorial is perfect for you if you’re familiar with Adobe Illustrator and want to get started with a layout program suited toward publication design.
Alright folks, it’s time to roll up the sleeves and get down to business with this full-featured Adobe illustrator CS3 tutorial. This one takes you from setup to production of a really cool beer label, although this could be useful for any bottled concoction of your choosing.
In this tutorial, we’ll explain how to do an easy setup in InDesign for automatically numbered tickets. We will look at the handy “Data Merge Tool,” which is a great time-saver. Let’s jump into this quick tutorial!
It may sound like a simple thing, but you better believe that a lot of thought goes into the design of a magazine cover. Covers compete for attention next to dozens of other magazines on the rack. In this tutorial, we’ll not only take you through the process of creating a cover, but also reveal techniques that designers use to make their covers stand out.
The first thing you would normally do is get the project brief. In my case there is no client, so I’m just going to make up a project. Since this week we’re promoting GraphicRiver, I’m going to make a brochure about the site, as if it’s aimed at a designer who doesn’t know what the site offers. So it’ll really be a sort of basic catalog.
The great thing about the Adobe product range is how easy it is to combine your work from one program to another. In this tutorial we’ll take the Photoshop work from Part 1 over on Psdtuts+, and place it into InDesign, create a stylesheet and then export a PDF. This workflow can be really useful particularly for larger documents where InDesign’s page layout features really kick in.
Make the most of InDesign’s tools and features to create an Compliment Slip for yourself or client. During this tut we will explore the Page tool and palette, Guides and Rulers.
Designers and clients often have different ideas about how a finished product should be presented. Designers want to show the finished artwork, clients want to know exactly how their design will look on the shelves. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to create a mockup for some blister packaging so that you can present your design to your clients. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use InDesign’s ability to create type on a curve, and flow that type from one curve to another. Along the way, you’ll learn a slick technique for step and repeat and how to apply gradients to text. This technique will work in InDesign CS or later. This technique would also will work in Illustrator, with minor modifications.
Use it as a way of making a first contact with a prospective employer or client, or as a reminder of your work after a portfolio presentation. It’s imperative that this type of item looks great and showcases your work well, because the recipient will regard this as the kind of work you’re capable of. Attention to detail is crucial.
In this tutorial, we’ll explain how to create a coupon, double-sided in InDesign. This is a beginner level tutorial and by no means meant for print. It gives you a small intro into tabs, style sheets and glyphs. Let’s get stared.
Movie posters are often amazing pieces of art. What we see as a seamless design however is often a combination of several different images carefully blended and manipulated to produce a desired result. In today’s tutorial, we will demonstrate how to create the key art for a romantic comedy movie poster using a handful of photographs. Let’s get started!
The introduction of the Auto-Fit feature to CS5 should not be over looked. By the end of this Quick tip you – the designer – will be able to save some valuable time when importing images and graphics. Let’s take a look.
Adobe just took the wraps off the long-awaited Digital Publishing Suite that powers the Wired magazine and The New Yorker iPad apps. With InDesign CS5 at the core, you can now author your layouts, including interactive content, and export it out in the new .issue format.
Without a dedicated menu item for creating a clipping mask, InDesign need to know the tricks for getting an image into a shape or text. AJ Wood shows InDesign users how to use the paste into command to insert an image into any fill-able frame or shape and to create a clipping mask from text.
A few times a each month we revisit some of our reader’s favorite posts from throughout the history of Vectortuts+
With the new updates in CS5 and 5.5, you’re now able to distribute layout elements, resize gaps and customise frame corners faster using the interactive Gap tool and Live Corner Effects. These intuitive features enable you to manipulate objects without having to leave the spread or constantly switch tools – shaving valuable seconds off repetitive tasks.
It’s here! InDesign CS3, along with the rest of the Creative Suite 3, has shipped. Now it’s time to dive into some of the features that will enhance your creativity and speed up your production.
In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a realistic coffee cup with a customizable label using smart objects in Photoshop. Let’s get started!
Adobe In Design lets you wrap text around any object, including text frames and imported images. There are different styles to choose from and some features you can set up including the distance between the text and object frame. In the following Quick Tip you will learn more about basic image and text placement in InDesign. Let’s get started!
Supplying your portfolio in printed form is so last century. Everybody who’s anybody is using PDF as the means to deliver their portfolios. So let’s learn not only how to create an easy-to-email PDF but also how make it interactive as well—with navigation buttons and even movies!
This tutorial will guide you through the process of designing business cards and postcards in InDesign as well as providing press-ready templates to get you started.
This tutorial aims to be a guide for those starting on print design, we will cover several important subjects, such as: document settings, dimensions, layout, bleed and margins, working with color, adding typography and even printing the piece.
Jeff Witchel shows InDesign users how to use the Animation panel in CS5 to animate a layout to be interactive.
First impressions do count! Stunning our viewers with a visually compelling portfolio is one of the most important things that a designer can do to court a new client. Today we will demonstrate how to use photos, brushes, and textures, and 3D objects to design a creative multimedia website layout in Photoshop. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a simple gift voucher. You will use pictures and text to create nice clean layout that’s perfect to print.
This tutorial will show you how to make fully editable tables with rounded corners in InDesign, quickly and easily. It’s actually a bit trickier than you would expect it to be, but if you follow this Quick Tip you will be making great looking tables in no-time!
Let’s say you are up against a tight deadline and you need to send a proof within a matter of hours to a client. Within your design you want to include a clipping path and exclude an unwanted background on one of your photographs. You don’t really have time to switch to Photoshop to make your amends and then jump back into InDesign.
There’s no denying that the Apple iPad is a popular and successful product. One of the things I was most intrigued by was the format that Apple chose for their eBooks (iBooks). The good news is that they went with the industry standard EPUB format, and the even better news is that InDesign exports EPUBs natively. I created my first iBook for iPad using InDesign CS5. Let’s take a look at the workflow.
InDesign behaving strangely? Many times it is because users accidentally make changes to the default settings without knowing it. Jeff Witchel goes through some of the common default settings that can get messed up during the course of a normal work flow.
Sometimes you find yourself in a situation when your client needs to quickly print some business cards and you are the one, who gets the responsibility to do it. In this tutorial you will learn how quickly an effectively impose business card without using any paid imposition plug-in, using some basic InDesign functions and just in a few clicks.
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