What if I told you that for $4.99/month you could have access to thousands of fonts, websites hosted to show off your work, and 100 gigabytes of cloud storage to boot? Would you be interested? Yeah? Read on for the details. As an InDesign user that works with writers and editors, I am a huge [...]
Like most freelancers, I wear a lot of hats around here. As a designer, I work on print, digital, and web. As a consultant, I help creatives with InDesign-based workflows and I've even done some formal classroom training. Curious about all that? Visit my business site. I love all of it, but one of the things I [...]
Since Adobe made a decision to kill Digital Publishing Suite (DPS), I've found myself looking for something to fill the void it left. Yes, I think that Publish Online and even Fixed Layout EPUB are terrific methods of publishing interactive content from InDesign, but they both have drawbacks that keep them from becoming a complete [...]
Adobe Digital Publishing Solution is now part of Adobe Experience Manager. What do all the changes mean to small publishers? Like many Adobe Digital Publishing Suite users, I’ve been following Adobe’s latest moves with regard to both DPS and Digital Publishing Solution (DPS2015) with interest. Recently, and I admit, [...]
It’s not much of a secret that I spend quite a bit of time on the front lines of the Adobe forums. Most of the blog posts I’ve written here and at InDesign Secrets are inspired by what I read there. It’s also no secret that I’m generally into short and sweet [...]
There are all new Adobe Creative Cloud desktop applications rolling out now and they should be available to all subscribers within 24 hours. Before installing anything, however, please take a moment or two to read this post. It might help you avoid some frustration. New install routine uninstalls prior versions When Adobe [...]
Wondering how to use InDesign's Multi-state objects? This new lynda.com course will get your started.
Hiding a slideshow in a digital publishing suite folio may look difficult but it's actually quite simple. Bob Levine shows you how, in this post.