One of the things that not a lot of people realize about InDesign is that you really only need to learn some basics to be able to use it effectively. My 5-lesson mini course, InDesign Basics for Bloggers, is designed to take you through the basics of the program to help you get a foundation for creating a lot of different projects for your blog.
One of the great things about InDesign is being able to save and duplicate your work.In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a template from a blog post graphic that’s already been created, and then use that template to quickly make a new graphic.
Another great feature in InDesign is that you can quickly make a change to your image in Photoshop and automatically update the image back in InDesign, without having to find and open the file on your computer.In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to open and edit your image in Photoshop straight from InDesign.
When you want to design graphics for your blog posts, InDesign may not be the first design tool you think of.
However, it’s actually pretty easy to create and export web-ready graphics for your blog with Indesign, and in this video, I’ll show you how.
The way to find a design style is basically to answer a few questions about your audience, message and niche, and then use the answers to these questions to choose the fonts and colors that will best fit the look you’re trying to create. In this post, I’ll be talking about laying the foundation by asking the right questions.
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