Intuitive InDesign 2: Do More With Images

Peter Bone, Designer, Author, Teacher

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7 Videos (35m)
    • Welcome

      0:19
    • Image Essentials

      6:48
    • Automatic Image Fitting

      7:23
    • Using Gridify

      4:32
    • Creating A More Ragged Grid

      7:49
    • Creating Asymetric Grids

      7:09
    • Your Project

      0:33

About This Class

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Want to work more intuitively with InDesign? Thinking less, creating more? In the second class of this brief series you'll learn some great ways to work intuitively with images: cropping, resizing, using grids, creating montages. Whatever your level of experience with InDesign you'll discover lots here to inspire you. 

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I've been working with images for a while now and he showed me things I never knew!
Learned so much in your class. Thanks!
Some classes/teachers drone on and on to explain a simple idea or just lecture too slowly. Peter is concise and to the point, which I really appreciate. I'm well-versed in programs like Photoshop and Illustrator, but I'm not as familiar with InDesign. I learned quite a bit about working efficiently in InDesign. I would have eventually figured out a lot of these nifty techniques and shortcuts on my own, but they would have taken me plenty of trial and error and so many hours of frustration with InDesign. With this course, I feel more confident to just jump right in and not waste any time. I would also recommend his other InDesign class, too.

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Peter Bone

Designer, Author, Teacher

Peter Bone has worked in graphic design for 25 years. During that time he has taught thousands of people to use Quark Xpress, Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop – at every level from complete beginners through to experts in their field. He has taught designers, marketing people, creative directors, writers, editors, illustrators, fashion designers and photographers for companies as varied as the BBC, the British Museum, Condé Nast, Paul Smith, Price Waterhouse Coopers and The Designers Guild.