Bringing Content to Life on Tablet Devices with Adobe CS5.5 and the Digital Publishing Suite
The Apple iPad and other tablet devices have moved digital publishing into a new creative dimension. Find out how to enhance your skills in creating content for the new mobile channels in order to remain competitive in today’s publishing and graphic communications industry.
Adobe InDesign CS5.5 allows you to author engaging, interactive content for tablet devices that drives deeper reader engagement with both editorial and advertising while extending your brand in the mobile space.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- The usage of new Folio Producer tools in InDesign CS5.5 and the hosted services of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to create, publish and distribute engaging interactive content to tablet devices like the iPad and Xoom.
- How to use the new Overlay Creator panel in InDesign to add interactivity including audio, video, image sequences, and web content to your InDesign layouts.
- How to use the Folio Builder panel to create a .folio, add articles to the .folio and preview the content’s look and feel as it will appear on a tablet - all without leaving your desktop!
- To use the hosted services of Digital Publishing Suite to organize, edit and publish your content to tablet devices.
- How publishers can easily create a branded content viewer as well as leverage analytic dashboards to drive greater business insights.
Claudia McCue spent more than 20 years in real-world print production -- from paste-up through early electronic prepress to current Mac & PC systems. She now specializes in teaching both creative and production professionals how to use Adobe products without hurting themselves or others. Claudia is the author of “Real World Print Production with Adobe Creative Suite Applications” (Peachpit Press, 2009), and “Fearless Flash: Use Adobe® InDesign® CS5 and the Tools You Already Know to Create Engaging Web Documents” (Adobe Press, 2010). She is a Certified Technical Trainer, and an Adobe Certified Expert for Photoshop, Acrobat, Illustrator, and InDesign.