Using Camera Raw Smart Objects in InDesign

Use the power of Camera Raw Smart Objects to create an editable design layout in InDesign. Dave also shows users how to use Photoshop layer comps to experiment with different versions of the image.

Using InDesign to Publish Your iPad Magazine

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.

Creating an Interactive Portfolio with InDesign

While you can certainly still make interactive PDFs from InDesign, you can do so much more using the InDesign CS5 interactive features.

Animating in InDesign CS5

Jeff Witchel shows InDesign users how to use the Animation panel in CS5 to animate a layout to be interactive.

Creating iBooks (EPUBs)

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 [...]

Book Cover Design in InDesign CS5

There is a new feature in InDesign CS5 that allows users to include multiple page sizes in the same document. Jeff Witchel experimented with this new feature and found that it could be very useful when laying out a book jacket design. Watch this video and see how he did it.

Interactive States in InDesign CS5

Dave Cross is working in InDesign CS5 and in shares a tutorial about working with states and the Adobe Digital Publishing System to create an interactive document.

Setting Up Live Captions in InDesign CS5

We’ll also show you how you can use Buzzword to collaborate between different documents.

Placing Images in InDesign CS5

RC goes over his favorite ways to place images inside of an InDesign document.

InDesign CS5: Layers Panel Rebuilt

Jeff Witchel explores some of the changes that InDesign CS5 has made to the layers panel, including the ability to affect individual objects inside layers.

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