Indesign Foundation for Print and Editorial Design

Isabella Thaller, Graphic Designer and Art Director

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22 Lessons (2h 55m)
    • 1. Intro

      1:01
    • 2. Course Structure and Class Project

      2:31
    • 3. Tool Panel

      3:20
    • 4. Control Panel

      3:52
    • 5. Setting up your own Workspace

      7:22
    • 6. Indesign Preferences

      2:26
    • 7. Top Navigation

      3:34
    • 8. Using different View Options

      5:43
    • 9. Navigating through your Document

      3:51
    • 10. Overview: Most important Tools

      4:20
    • 11. Creating a New Document

      8:30
    • 12. Creating a Grid and Working with Guides

      8:42
    • 13. Working with Shapes

      9:01
    • 14. Aligning and Arranging Objects

      9:44
    • 15. Working with Type 1: Creating Text Frames, Importing Text, Formatting Text, Pagination

      19:48
    • 16. Working with Type 2: Formatting Text, Indents, etc.

      17:27
    • 17. Working with Type 3: Lists, Ragging, etc.

      13:01
    • 18. RGB vs CMYK

      1:44
    • 19. Working with Images

      12:58
    • 20. Working with Color

      15:15
    • 21. Creating Vector Illustrations and Working with Paths

      12:53
    • 22. Exporting PDFs

      8:26
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About This Class

In this class I will show you the fundamentals of Indesign with a focus on using it for print and editorial design.

The course consists of two parts, whereof the first one is mainly theoretical and the second one is where we will create our class project.

This class is designed for absolute beginners, but even experienced Indesign users might benefit from it.

We will have a close look at Indesign’s interface and cover the most important tools for creating layouts and working with typography, images, shapes, colors and paths. At the end we will export our documents as PDFs.

(Intro music: A Storm At Eilean Mor by Jon Luc Hefferman  is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License. Based on a work at http://needledrop.co)