#6 DO NOW –Text I – Placing
The different ways to get text into your document, plus options for text frames.
#7 DO NOW –Text II – Threading
How to flow text through multiple pages and text frames, and how to put text on a path.
#8 DO NOW – Text III – Navigation Shortcuts + Story Editor
NOTE: NOTHING TO DO, JUST WATCH
In this video we’ll go over keyboard shortcuts for navigating through and selecting text. We’ll also take a look at the advantage of editing stories in the Story Editor.
#9 DO NOW TYPE
Type I – Character Formatting
DO NOW #10 Type II – Paragraph Formatting
DO NOW #11 Type III – Tabs
#12 DO NOW – Images I
– Placing and Fitting 11
How to get images into your document, and how to fit them into your layout.
- InDesign Education
- InDesign Community
- InDesign at Vector.TutsPlus.com
- InDesign Magazine
- InDesign User Group
HOMEWORK | WEEK 12
***NOTE: Save your files three ways***
First – File > Save as and use the .indd extension.
Second – File > Package
Third – File > Export save as a .JPG
Then, open the .JPG in Photoshop and check the image size. Make sure it’s at 72dpi and the color mode is RGB.
Create a folder on your DropBox called InDesign_Week 12 | Wednesday and place all your InDesign files.
Upload finished files to your blog AND to your Flickr feed.
Follow the videos you saw in class, #6-#11 and complete the exercises. Post to you blog and to Flickr. Due Wednesday | Week 13
Tag FIVE sites that relate to today’s tutorials. Due Wednesday | Week 13
FINAL PROJECT – DUE ON WEDNESDAY OF EXAM WEEK | 12/17
FINAL PROJECT: InDesign 12 Page Booklet | DEADLINES
- Inspirations (must include a minimum of TEN annual reports or booklets for inspiration – Pinterest board) due | Wednesday | Week 14. (11.26.14)
- Research (Delicious -10 tags) | due on Wednesday | Week 14. (11.26.14)
- Hand drawn wireframes | due on Wednesday | Week 14. (12.3.14)
- Photoshop wire frames of ALL your pages | due on Friday | Week 14. (12.5.14)
- First COMPLETE layout in InDesign | due on Wednesday | Week 14. (12.5.14)
- Second COMPLETE layout in InDesign | due on Friday | Week 14. (12.7.14)
- December 12: NO CLASS – Wednesday designated as a Friday – Wednesday | Week 15
- Project due on 12.17.14
- The project will incorporate InDesign, Photoshop and/or Illustrator.
- Project must be submitted with following items: Research, Inspiration, Conceptual Sketches (hand-drawn & Photoshop), Preliminary Comps, and Final Designs. You will be graded separately on each phase of your project. You will be submitting your final design as a digital files on your project page, and in your DropBox folder.
Incorporate all the skills you’ve learned this semester to create a 12-page booklet that highlights the non-profit Charity Water.Note: This document must include the following at a minimum:
No two pages should be designed in the same layout. No images or headlines should be repeated. No dummy text should be used.Size: 8.5×11 vertical or horizontal format. Download the printer template here.RequirementsYour Final Project combines all of the class lessons on creating an appropriate and functioning layout for a document. The InDesign project requires you to create a 12-page booklet for Charity Water or other non-profit. You may use Photoshop and Illustrator in this project, but the final layout must be in InDesign. You MUST also include a write-up of the project when turning in your digital files.Items to be Turned in
- Nonprofit name and logo
Written Document – 600 word minimumA written description that summarizes the design concepts and work on the project is due at the same time. The Project Written Descriptions should include proper punctuation and grammar practice. You are highly encouraged to proofread your work.
- Thumbnails of each page layout. (All layout on ONE page)
- Full page layout of each page.
- Your written description on your project page and in your DropBox folder.
- All files in a folder with your name placed on your DropBox.
- The final project (in PDF and InDesign).
Your presentation and write-up should answer the following questions:
- Describe the use of the document.
- Describe the audience the document will be used for.
- Describe the reasons for laying out the document the way you did and how its layout fits the audience it is intended for.
• Discuss the following design principles and how you created them as part of your write-up:
- —center of interest
- —eye movement
- —other means you employed to make the document work and how it improved the your document’s communication and overall look.
- Describe any problems you had in producing and formatting the document and how you solved them, or why you could not solve them.
- Discuss how you would do this document differently, if you had time to do it over, and why.
- Describe what you learned of significance while doing this project.
PLEASE NOTE: The paper must be written in complete paragraphs. A list that gives the information asked for in the requirements for the write-up will not be accepted. Written descriptions must adhere to rules of grammar and punctuation.
NOTE: To review Punctuation and Grammar Rules, you might want to examine the Owl website, sponsored by Purdue University: