Adobe InDesign is the great tool for creating multi-page layouts, multi-what? Essentially we use it for making magazines, books, catalogues but InDesign is much more! Here are 15 Awesome Adobe InDesign tutorials show you just how much more you can do with InDesign.
Getting To Grips With InDesign Part 1: Document Basics & Master Pages
InDesign is a powerful software application created by Adobe, the same creators of Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks and various other creative applications.
Designing a Basic Letterhead with InDesign CS5
For today’s Quick Tip we are going to set up a letterhead within InDesign. However, before we can start, you need to have a logo, some content (you can also use place holder text) and contact details ready.
How To Create A Modern CV/Resumé With InDesign
In this tutorial we’re going to be learning how to use InDesign to create a clean and structured CV/Resumé design.
Create a Hip Magazine Cover in Adobe InDesign
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Adobe InDesign to setup a print-ready document and use a couple valuable techniques for placing text to create your own stylish and hip magazine cover layout.
An Introduction to Threading Text in InDesign CS5
Threading text within InDesign can hugely improve the experience of editing and amending copy while working on layouts. The process of threading text is linking two or more text frames allowing text to flow from one separate frame to another.
Creating Quick Grids and Using Live Distribute with InDesign CS5
Within this tut we are going to explore the Grid and Live Distribute features. The following information will help you create fast grids as well as explaining how to distribute frames quickly.
A tutorial for good typography in InDesign – Setting up a baseline grid
In this tutorial you will learn some simple steps to acheive good clean well structured typography in Adobe Indesign.
Create a Grid Based Resume/CV Layout in InDesign
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.
Adobe InDesign Tutorial: How to design a business card in InDesign
Business cards are a tried and tested method of spreading your brand and leaving a lasting impression on a prospective client. Although this tutorial doesn’t delve into the arts of logo design or corporate identity I hope it provides some inspiration to new (and old) designers.
Design a Cool Outlaw Flyer with InDesign Tutorial
InDesign is a beast of a program to get in to; mostly because it’s so complex. This tutorial should scratch the surface a little bit of what it’s capable of, and introduce you to many of the fun tools. The tutorial itself is fairly generic, but assumes a basic knowledge of Adobe products.
Create a Five-color Magazine Cover using a Spot Metallic
You will learn how to integrate a spot-color metallic ink into your workflow using InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat Professional.
How to Create a Music Magazine Cover in InDesign
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.
Automate Your Designs with Nested Styles in Adobe InDesign
We’re all used to working with style sheets (or least we should be). With each new version of InDesign, there seems to be a new way to style your content. We started with paragraph and character styles, then we got nested styles, followed by object styles, and finally table styles in InDesign CS3.
Fast Layout in Adobe InDesign CS4
Every now and then an app gets an update that really impacts your daily routine, and I’m happy to say that InDesign CS4 has some new-and-improved features that will do just that.
Design a Coffee Shop Menu Layout from Scratch with Photoshop and InDesign – Part 2
Design a Coffee Shop Menu Layout from Scratch with Photoshop and InDesign – Part 1
This is the second part of this tutorial series about creating a ready to print booklet menu for an imaginary coffee shop named “Violet Coffee.” In this final part of the two part series, you’ll learn to create a ready to print booklet on InDesign, work with master pages, text, tabs, paragraph and character styles, import external files and actually print the booklet.