Intuitive InDesign 3: Concise, Creative Text | Peter Bone | Skillshare

Intuitive InDesign 3: Concise, Creative Text

Peter Bone, Designer, Author, Teacher

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10 Videos (33m)
    • 0–Intro

      0:50
    • 2 Understanding Text

      3:29
    • 3 Create Paragraph Styles

      4:59
    • 4 Quick Apply

      2:49
    • 5 Editing Styles and Fixing Overrides

      3:44
    • 6 Character Styles

      4:45
    • 7 Nested Line Styles & Nested Styles

      5:15
    • 8 Baseline Grids

      3:09
    • 9 Span Columns & Next Style

      3:19
    • 10 Next Steps

      0:35

About This Class

You don’t need me to tell you that one of the key components of most InDesign documents is text. But many InDesign users find that working with text can be extremely un-intuitive – at least when it comes to styling text creatively, or with any consistency.

On this course, aimed at intermediate users, you’ll learn how to make use of InDesign’s powerful text controls, so you can be confident that your text will be consistent, whether it’s in a single page document or a hundred page one. And consistent whether your styling is on the conservative side or whether you’re pushing the creative boundaries.

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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, Cond? Nast, Paul Smith, Price Waterhouse Coopers and The Designers Guild...

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