Tag Archives: InDesign

eBooks and Digital Publishing Webinar

In case you missed it, here’s a link to recording of today’s webinar on eBooks and Digital Publishing. Check out the Easel Solutions website for future webinars. eBooks and Digial Publishing webinar recording

Free Webinar: eBooks and Digital Publishing

Don’t miss the next, free webinar offered by Easel Solutions. eBooks and Digital Publishing February 8th, 2011 | 2:00pm – 3:00pm CST This webinar will explore creating eBooks (or ePub files) with Adobe InDesign CS5. It will also demonstrate the new Adobe Digital Publishing Suite and help identify which medium is best for your digital publications. Webinars are free online events hosted by Easel Solutions. During a webinar, our industry experts will demonstrate the latest technologies and best practices. After … Continue reading

Holiday Secret Strokes using InDesign

The last few versions of Adobe InDesign contain the ability to do custom strokes of dashes, lines, and dot styles. This ability can be accessed by going to the Stroke Panel’s pop out menu on the upper right and selecting Stroke Styles. The dialog box will come up and show you some default styles. For this example, we are going to select New and create our own. At the top you can pick if you want to create a custom … Continue reading

New video tips for InDesign & Adobe Lightroom…

These are two mini-tips showing the new Mini Bridge in InDesign CS5 to locate and reuse linked assets, and simple way to customize the way Lightroom presents your photos in Sideshow mode.

Head to Head: Flash, Flash Catalyst, and InDesign

Creative Suite 5 made it possible to develop Flash applications with three different products: Flash Professional (FL), Flash Catalyst (FC), and InDesign (ID).  I’ve watched a lot of demos on Adobe TV about this and was inspired to compare all three.  I just posted a four-part series on our video site.  My goal was to build the same application with all three products.  Here is how the four parts break down: Part 1 – Workflow: I import the design from … Continue reading