Rufus Deuchler is a communication designer who has always been fascinated by technology that makes creation easier. He is an Adobe Certified Expert - Print Specialist and Adobe Cross-Media Guru since 2002. He consults and trains on Adobe software and workflows to the publishing industry. Rufus has authored interactive courses and magazines articles and is the webmaster of the first InDesign User Group in Italy. He has been the teacher of graphic design to U.S. students for more than ten years and was a software evangelist at Adobe Systems until November 2009.
- Features: Written by Rufus Deuchler on December 1, 2010This 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, 2009This 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