We’ve reached the final chapter of our InDesign tutorials and while mixed emotions challenge us, we are very happy and greatful for your appreciation and we want to thank you for following us. Having said all this, let’s get down to business for the last time in this series. Continue reading
This is the 5th part of the Indesign tutorial series. So far we’ve talked about preparation, adding elements, creating new pages and about
Once you’ve checked that everything is in order, it is time to save your catalog. In Indesign we don’t have a SAVE AS option, so we have to click EXPORT.
Now pay attention to the following steps, because the export settings depend on the final use of your catalog: print or digital. Continue reading
If you don’t know from the beginning how many pages your catalog will have, no worries! You can add more sheets at any time. Continue reading
With this blog post we’re starting a series of tutorials for InDesign. I’ll teach you everything you need to know about how to design a catalog using InDesign.
When you want to design better, you have to stop using programs like Office and start using programs that are made for design. Using Word for making a catalog is like eating soup using a fork – not very productive. Continue reading