Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing software application produced by Adobe Systems. It can be used to create works such as posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, and books. InDesign can also publish content suitable for tablet devices in conjunction with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.
So have rounded up the collection of best InDesign tutorials, we are sure you will find something that can polish your skills. After learning from these tutorials you can easily create album covers, magazine covers and books layouts easily.
Don’t be afraid if you don’t know anything about InDesign. These Adobe InDesign Tutorials are for beginners, go through al of them and let us know if you learn anything from here through comments.
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In the tutorial you’ll learn how to create a fun, colorful grid and apply typography and transparency effects to make the design as dynamic and eye-catching as possible.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to design a magazine layout using Adobe InDesign. We will then show you how to create a realistic and reusable magazine mockup of that design in Photoshop that you can present to your clients. Let’s get started!
In this tutorial we’ll combine satellite imagery and digital painting techniques to make a high impact movie poster in Adobe Photoshop.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a uniform grid for laying out a single-sheet A2 calendar, as well as using Tables in Adobe InDesign to design simple, easy-to-edit layouts for each month of the year.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create a small ornate wedding invitation step-by-step (below), and use some of the most stunning typefaces at your fingertips in CC and Typekit.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to create your own cover for a fictional fashion magazine, with a glamorous winter feel. We’ll explore how to use layer images and text to create a dynamic, three-dimensional design, select and apply typography effectively and appropriately, and account for practical issues like pricing and binding.
In this tutorial suitable for beginners to InDesign, you’ll learn how to create an easy-peasy fold-out city guide that can expand from a pocket-friendly size to an A3 sheet, complete with map, key and insider travel tips.
Adobe InDesign is a remarkable tool for many print and marketing design projects. It makes it extremely easy to work on publications, move design elements around, and export out for your printer. However, what happens if your project requires different sizes for each item? Learn more in this tutorial.
In this tutorial, you’ll be designing a cover for a historical fiction title. This is a fantastic genre for cover design; ornate borders and typefaces merge with vintage-look images and moody, romantic colors to create a nostalgic, mystical atmosphere.
There are a lot of options and flexibility for text wrap in Adobe InDesign, giving you more ways to be creative. Learn all about text wrap and how to achieve some of these effects in this video Quick Tip.
In this tutorial you’ll learn how to design your own three-spread layout for a magazine feature using Adobe InDesign
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a simple two-sided flyer in Adobe InDesign, create a simple grid for feeding in text and images, and be sparing with placing your elements to create a contemporary, calming design.
In this tutorial we’ll be creating a basic CD Sleeve template in Adobe InDesign and using a bit of Illustrator too, incorporating some funky vector artwork from Yulia Sokolova as we go.
Place and Link is a very useful feature in Adobe InDesign CS6 and onwards, which can link several instances of the same content or objects in your InDesign projects.