If you’re putting together a magazine, brochure or book, it’s likely that you’ll encounter Adobe InDesign during your design process. This publishing program is the print designer’s everyday tool of choice, but you can also use it to do more unusual tasks, such as creating EPUBs (eBooks), formatting cool typography effects, and designing Pinterest-worthy posters.
This quick and quirky text effect is the perfect way to channel the Memphis Style, the 1980s design movement whose signature is geometric shapes and bold color.
Looking for a summer fix? This pastel poster evokes long, hot days eating ice cream in the park. It’s also super simple to create in Adobe InDesign and is a great way of picking up some new techniques for creating print layouts.
Gradient effects are super easy to achieve in InDesign, and they’re an instant way of bringing your layouts bang up-to-date.
Often seen across advertising and poster artwork, this eye-catching effect gives an immersive, natural look to any letter. As well as being a quick tutorial, this is also a great introduction to some more advanced techniques in Adobe InDesign.
June is Pride Month, when people worldwide take a positive stance against discrimination and violence toward the LGBT community. As well as promoting equality, understanding and tolerance, Pride Month is also a time for celebration and joy.
This effect adds rustic charm to any typography, is quick and easy to create, and is a great way of mocking up logos or signage. We’ll use Adobe InDesign’s Effects window to develop depth, highlighting and shadowing.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a striking cover as well as creative page layouts for a children’s book (in this case a modernized version of ‘Alice in Wonderland’!). Using Adobe InDesign, we’ll explore how thinking outside of the box with typography and images can make classically typeset pages more exciting. This tutorial looks at techniques you can use for layout and design; lessons you can apply when putting together your own print book or eBook.
Anyone for tea? This cute and quirky two-part invite won’t fail to make your friends smile!
On 22 April the world celebrates Earth Day, which recognises and aims to educate about the impact humans have on the environment. This year, the focus will be on raising awareness about plastic pollution and educating individuals and organizations about the practical steps they can take to reduce their plastic footprint.
Have ten minutes to spare? This eye-catching effect gives any text an instant dose of nostalgic color and style.
Everyone needs a bit of optimism in their lives, and this neon sign poster is the perfect pick-me-up. Pop it on the office noticeboard, set it as your phone background, or share it on social media to spread the good vibes.
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Want to give your type an edgy, Mad Max makeover? This super-quick glitch effect only takes 10 minutes to put together, and it makes a good substitute for lengthy or pricey Photoshop actions.