Monthly Archives: December 2017

InDesign Basics: Making a Photo Grid

Creating the grid

You can use two of InDesign’s lesser-known tools to create a quick and easy grid of photos or other images. Well, one is a tool and the other isn’t so much a tool, but more of a hidden function. Semantics aside, use these two helpers to create a photo grid either as empty frames on […]

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Top Posts of 2017

With the 2017 calendar dwindling down to just a few pages, it’s a good time to take a peek back at the most popular articles we published this year. The following ten posts got the most views of any new content we published. And we published a lot! 293 posts, in all. Roughly, 200,000 words dedicated to […]

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Lightroom CC for Designers

If you’re a designer, you’d be forgiven if you responded to Adobe’s announcement of the new Lightroom CC desktop application with a shrug. Maybe photo processing happens upstream from you, or perhaps you already know Photoshop inside and out and don’t think you need Lightroom. Even so, I think there’s a case to be made […]

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Building Accessible EPUBs with InDesign

This article appeared in Issue 104 of InDesign Magazine. Kevin Callahan details how to build ebooks with a strong foundation to reach more readers. As you go about your day, you may not think about examples of accessibility, but you can find them everywhere. Think about crossing the street at the corner: a curb cut makes it […]

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InDesign Template of the Month: Booklet

Time for another exclusive template for our Premium members! (Not a Premium member? Sign up here and get $10 off with the discount code: TEMPLATE) This month it’s a template for a booklet. The template is in letter format (8.5″ × 11″), and it comes with 24 pages, controlled by 6 master page designs, with additional page […]

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