Monday, 11 June 2012

InDesign CS6


It’s a multi-screen world with your audience accessing content from various devices. InDesign now helps you create multiple versions (not multiple layouts) of your layout to adapt it to different screen sizes AND all this, from a single InDesign file. With all new Liquid Layouts, forget spending time on fitting your content into different sizes based on orientation. See these new features in action -> http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-design/getting-started-with-the-new-liquid-layout-and-alternate-layout-features-in-indesign-cs6/?sdid=JUMNA

14 comments:

  1. I've been struggling to align a re-recording dialog for this video I shot at school and a friend suggested I try the new Audition CS6 from Adobe with this new ADR tool - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-video/how-to-use-auto-speech-alignment-in-audition/?sdid=JUMNF I have to say it's made my life so much easier. You can get the demo from here - http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN and trust me, it'll save you a lot of time.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Photoshop - Previewing shadows and reflections
    3D has been altogether revamped in Photoshop CS6. One of the best enhancements is the program's ability to preview shadows and reflections before you render the scene, particularly those cast onto the ground plane. You can even drag a shadow to change the angle of a light.
    http://tv.adobe.com/watch/learn-photoshop-cs6/previewing-shadows-and-reflections/

    ReplyDelete
  3. I used to work for a print magazine doing design and layout and I always hated my writers for making last minute changes. Whether it was due to copy checks or copy fitting, it’s just pissing off to rework the layout, specially if the copy is linked to another page. I’m so glad this new feature in InDesign - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-design/linked-content-liquid-layout-in-indesign-cs6/?sdid=JYNWX has been created. Every designer will be dancing! I bought online from here - http://shop.adobe.com/in?sdid=JUMTL to test out its effectiveness with my blog and I have to admit, even the whole liquid and adaptive layouts stuff is pure gold!

    ReplyDelete
  4. I recently bought my own domain for my blog and have been trying to make it tablet and mobile optimized, just for the kicks of it. None of the blog hosting sites like wordpress or tumblr gave me enough layout or theme options and after watching this - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/cs6-creative-cloud-feature-tour-for-design/getting-started-with-the-new-liquid-layout-and-alternate-layout-features-in-indesign-cs6/?sdid=JUMNA I downloaded the trail version of InDesign CS6 and revamped my blog completely within the 30 day trial period! It’s that easy!

    ReplyDelete
  5. For some reason, I always thought building an app for my shopping portal would be a tedious and long process but clearly this video - http://tv.adobe.com/watch/digital-publishing-customer-showcase/national-geographic-previews-kindle-fire-app/?sdid=JYNWW proves otherwise. I downloaded the trial version of InDesign CS6 from here - http://www.adobe.com/in/downloads/?sdid=JUMTN to see if it’s really worth it and it really is. My app will be app soon!
    http://adobecs6blog.wordpress.com/2012/06/22/what-is-adobe-indesign-cs6/

    ReplyDelete
  6. I was looking for a convenient way in which a small time business could make its own app. I run a small scale printer supplies store and was hoping to make an app that sends out weekly updates on stocks, offers and new products and this eZine from Nato Geo http://tv.adobe.com/watch/digital-publishing-customer-showcase/national-geographic-previews-kindle-fire-app/?sdid=JYNWW was the perfect inspiration I needed. I shelled out the cost for the software and bought it online from http://shop.adobe.com/in?sdid=JUMTL, and got a few freelance designers and developers to help em go about the whole things. I’ve had my app out for 3 months now and it’s already helped increase sales by more than 50%!

    ReplyDelete
  7. A friend of mine got the new Adobe design & Web suite and wouldn’t stop talking about it! Finally I decided to go online and check out some of its features. I found this link http://bit.ly/LGJTxz and WOW! The amount of stuff you can do with this software is insane! I immediately asked my friend where he got his version from and he sent me this link http://shop.adobe.com/in?sdid=JUMTL !I downloaded it and was so impressed with the simple interface that I went ahead and bought it for myself! Now lets see whose going to brag about their designs!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I work for a small company that has a lot of User generated Content. We wanted to make it more interesting for our users and were running out of ideas till I stumbled upon this http://tv.adobe.com/watch/digital-publishing-customer-showcase/national-geographic-previews-kindle-fire-app/?sdid=JYNWW!
    My boss was so impressed that he went online and bought the whole suite from http://shop.adobe.com/in?sdid=JUMTL!
    Once he got the software, he got his tech team to create a brilliant app and now our users are as happy as ever!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Watch the Adobe Creative Suite 6 Roadshow videos on demand...

    http://www.adobecs6vod.com/?sdid=KABYU

    ReplyDelete
  10. I started playing with InDesign CS3 as an amateur and sort of figured it out by myself over the past few years. Fortunately, the magazine I work for doesn’t need much more than page layouts so I managed without any real professional help. Recently when they decided to go digital I kinda shat myself. Fortunately this roadshow video -
    http://www.adobecs6vod.com?sdid=KABYU
    helped me learn a lot about interlinking, dynamic layouts and all that and basically gave me enough confidence to take on this new project head first!

    ReplyDelete
  11. I started playing with InDesign CS3 as an amateur and sort of figured it out by myself over the past few years. Fortunately, the magazine I work for doesn’t need much more than page layouts so I managed without any real professional help. Recently when they decided to go digital I kinda shat myself. Fortunately this roadshow video -
    http://www.adobecs6vod.com?sdid=KABYU
    helped me learn a lot about interlinking, dynamic layouts and all that and basically gave me enough confidence to take on this new project head first!

    ReplyDelete
  12. My son is studying to become a designer and I heard about Adobe’s roadshow. Unfortunately it was already over by the time I heard of it. My son was really sad he missed it. Then my friend told me how Adobe was kind enough to post the video though so that even those who missed it could watch it easily. Just go to this link

    http://www.adobecs6vod.com?sdid=KABYU.

    Hats off to the Adobe guys for creating these brilliant features and thank you for helping my son out!

    ReplyDelete
  13. If you are looking for things to do with your new CS6 suite, check out the demos and tips Adobe shared at their roadshow

    http://www.adobecs6vod.com?sdid=KABYU

    It’s a little long but if you’ve got an hour to spare, it’ll be really helpful!

    ReplyDelete
  14. Adobe were kind enough to host a roadshow covering all the new features from CS6 software including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Dreamweaver and much more. The session was really helpful and the evangelists were friendly and very welcoming. You can check out the video here -

    http://www.adobecs6vod.com?sdid=KABYU

    and get all the help you need with your new software suit!

    ReplyDelete