- Features: Written by Rufus Deuchler on December 1, 2010
This article originally appeared in InDesign Magazine #35, April/May 2010. Subscribe now!
Look at the pages of the book below, an early 1900s edition of Les Fleurs du Mal. What are your first impressions? Do you get a sense of timelessness? Do you feel comfortable? Do you feel like you could read it easily? There are reasons for that.
- Features: Written by Rufus Deuchler on December 17, 2009
This article is excerpted from the August/September 2009 issue of InDesign Magazine, #31. Subscribe to InDesign Magazine.
Of course, InDesign well-suited to laying out serious documents. But when you want to have a little fun, you don’t have to turn to Photoshop or Illustrator -- you can stay with your old friend.
Seven experts show you how to create effects within InDesign that’ll make you say “Wow!”
Here are the seven tutorials in this excerpt:
1. Down 'n' Dirty Duotones, by Diane Burns