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Transforming Type

You can make some nifty type effects with InDesign alone, but for unlimited creative freedom, you need the help of the “ultimate plug-in”: Adobe Illustrator

 Designing with type in InDesign is… well… functional, like a good black suit and sturdy shoes. It does what you need most of the time, and does it very well.

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Russell Viers

Russell Viers

Russell Viers has taught many major publications and designers to work faster and improve quality. He has been actively involved with digital publishing since the early days, having started with CompuGraphic typesetting machines in the early ’80s, and PageMaker 1.0 in 1987. He has also authored several videos from, Peachpit Press, and Total Training. Find more at
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