55 episodes

A podcast for graphic designers using InDesign who want to tap into the power of Adobe's page-layout powerhouse to accomplish big tasks easily and free up their time to concentrate on designing.

The InDesigner Michael Murphy

    • Technology
    • 5.0, 89 Ratings

A podcast for graphic designers using InDesign who want to tap into the power of Adobe's page-layout powerhouse to accomplish big tasks easily and free up their time to concentrate on designing.

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5.0 out of 5
89 Ratings

89 Ratings

***Jane___ ,

Episode 55

Hooray, Michael Murphy is back from paternity leave and has returned with Episode 55! (At least I guess that’s where he was…) Great GREP episode, Michael!

AmyGil ,

Clear and Succinct

I happened upon this podcast quite by accident when I googled how to do a data merge in InDesign. One of the podcasts is about just that and the material was presented so clearly and succinctly that I was able to get that rush job done about as quickly as if I was already an old hand at the process. I wish Mr. Murphy would do more of these. I am almost done watching all the old ones and would love to see more.

beccable ,

RISD Student very appreciative! THANK YOU THANK YOU!

I'm a student in the Graphic Design department at RISD and I really appreciate that you have these video podcasts! RISD gave us a subscription to Lynda, which was incredible, but the subscription wore off before we had time to use it (having too much work to find the time to watch the videos). mostly we just have to learn on the go and ask each other, but I appreciate that you have your podcast because, when I do find the time, the videos are immensely thorough and helpful.

I have CS4 and after reading through your list of things that are new about CS5 I'm jealous because a lot of them are things that I was frustrated about with CS4 (like scaling all at once, and scaling using dragging rather than percentages, and rotating without using a separate tool the way you can in Illustrator, and having the layers be detailed lists the way they are in Illustrator. I love layers, but in InDesign CS4 they're useless except for making guides.) so this is my longwinded way of saying a huge thank you thank you thank you!!!

Becca

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