Author: Ganesh Keerthi

Working with Adobe InDesign – Part 5

A new file if opened has some info to look after, which are given below; Display of a New file A new file after opening has these parts which we should look after. The White area in the center is our page for which we should create the artwork. It has a coloured line inside […]

Working with Adobe InDesign – Part 4

This is brief explanation of opening screen in Adobe InDesign. As you start working on the software, after it opens you will find thumbnail preview of the files which are already opened in it. You will find 2 buttons “Create New” and “Open”. As you click Create New button the dialog box to create a […]

Working with Adobe InDesign – Part 3

As explained earlier, this is the continuation to the list of tools which are used in Adobe InDesign Gradient Feather Tool Gradient Feather Tool is used to convert an element in a gradient fashion. After selecting the element (A Text or a box or circle, or any item), just double click on the tool in […]

Working with Adobe InDesign – Part 2

As explained earlier, this is the continuation to the list of tools which are used in Adobe InDesign Scissors Tool Scissors Tool is used to cut a shape or even a line. To do it, select the tool and click on the shape. You will get a point on it. Now you can select Direct […]

Working with Adobe InDesign – Part 1

Adobe InDesign was developed by Adobe in the year August 31, 1999. It is a page layout software which combines the features of PageMaker, QuarkXpress, Freehand and Illustrator. In early days of Desk Top Publishing (DTP), it was PageMaker (1985) from Aldus which ruled the field with many easy options for designing page layouts. As […]

Designing a Newsletter

Short History of Newsletter (taken from various sources) Forerunners of modern newsletters were the “corantos” — single-page collections of news items from foreign journals. They were circulated by the Dutch in early 17th century. English and French translations were published in Amsterdam. In English American colonies, Boston News-letter is credited as the first American newspaper […]

Emboss and Deboss

There are different ways a printed design can be made attractive. To make the design to standout, there are different ways to achieve it. There are some effects to make it. One such effect is the “Emboss” and another is “Deboss”. Emboss: This is the effect which makes the content or any line drawing to […]

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