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Introduction to Adobe InDesign CC and Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition
See how you can design engaging, interactive Single Edition iPad apps with interactivity directly in InDesign CC – without writing code. Learn how to install the DPS panels in InDesign CC, how to build an interactive slideshow, how to preview directly on the iPad before packaging – all in InDesign CC. Terry will also show you how to launch the DPS App Builder to learn how to package your app for submission to the Apple App Store using Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition.
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Designing for Mobile Devices with Adobe Muse
Learn how to build unique tablet and smartphone versions of your desktop site. With Adobe Muse, you can create distinctive and relevant experiences whether the site is viewed on a large monitor while sitting at a desk or on a small screen while on the go. Adobe Muse Group Product Manager Dani Beaumont will show you how to:• Define unique site plans and master pages for tablet and smartphone layouts• Design the content and style for each experience• Link phone numbers to automatically dial when tapped, and email addresses to open an email client with the "To" address already filled in• Work with touch-enabled Adobe Muse widgets in mobile layouts so that site menu navigation, slide shows, forms, and more will work automatically, with the touch of a finger
Creating an Engaging Web Design with Adobe Muse
See how Adobe Muse makes it easier to create optimal and memorable experiences for your website visitors. Now visitors will be able to sign up for newsletters, register for events, and view photos and other content, all using built-in tools that can be configured and styled to look like the rest of your site design. In this session, Adobe Evangelist Terry White will demonstrate how to add rich interactivity to:• Keep your content organized with custom navigation, tabs, and accordions• Add interactive slide shows, lightboxes, and contact forms• Embed arbitrary HTML to add maps, videos, social media buttons, and feeds.
Adobe Muse: Creating HTML websites without coding
You haven't seen web design like this before. Meet Adobe Muse, a graphic designer's new best friend. Adobe Muse lets you create professional HTML websites that meet the latest web standards, without restrictive templates and without writing code. In this session, you'll see how to use Adobe Muse to:• Lay a smart foundation for your site using sitemaps and master pages• Design freely, as easily as creating layouts for print, using familiar features found in Adobe Photoshop and InDesign• Combine imagery, graphics, and beautiful typography• Add engaging interactivity such as contact forms and slide shows• Publish with Adobe or a hosting provider of your choice.
Empowered by Single Edition: Publishing on iPad
Witness the Digital Publishing Suite, Single Edition workflow from beginning to end so that you can easily design and build interactive publications using InDesign. Learn the basics of building interactive features into an InDesign file, the steps for building an app, and how to publish to the iTunes Store. In this session, you'll learn how to:• Add interactive features such as video and slide shows to an InDesign file — no coding required• Acquire an Apple developer certificate and publish to the iTunes Store• Prepare for and build your Digital Publishing Suite app
Designing for iPads with InDesign and Digital Publishing Suite
Learn everything you need to know to design and submit an app to the Apple App Store — without writing code. If you know how to use InDesign, you'll be ready to build an iPad app after this session.In this session, you'll learn:• How to leverage your familiar InDesign skills to design an iPad app that inspires and engages• How to use the Folio Overlays panel in InDesign to add interactive overlays including hyperlinks, slide shows, audio and video, panorama, and pan and zoom to page layouts• How to use the Adaptive Design Tools in InDesign to efficiently adapt existing print layouts for the iPad• How to submit an unlimited number of apps to the Apple App Store at no additional charge as an Adobe Creative Cloud™ member.
App of the Week - Rolling Stone
Rolling Stone digital was released on January 16, 2013 using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. The iconic rock publication uses audio overlays, allowing readers to read music reviews, listen to samples of songs, and immediately make a purchase on the iTunes Store. In addition, each issue can expand its photography portfolio using the slideshow feature available in Digital Publishing Suite.
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Last year I created a short slideshow (The Red Thread), of the images that I took with my mobile phone. I found it to be a enjoyable way to look back at the year and reflect upon the places that I’ve gone, the people I’ve met and the things that I was paying attention to. So, I decided to do it again this year and here it is - Moments Alone. I’m sure that the images will mean more to me than they do to you, but I would encourage you to create a collection of your own images and look at them as a complete body of work for the year.