InDesignSecrets Podcast 255
In this episode:
- InDesign Conference 2018, June 4–7 in New Orleans: it’s happening!
- Get a Virtual Pass to the InDesign Conference (and others!) to see videos and handouts
- New LinkedIn Learning/Lynda.com courses: New Features in InDesign CC 2018.1 (Anne-Marie) and InDesign: Interactive PDFs (David)
- InDesign Magazine: April 2018 issue about Interactive Portfolios, May 2018 issue about Digital Asset Management systems, and the June 2018 issue will be about making InDesign and Illustrator play nicely together.
- The problem with default RGB [Black] and CMYK [Black]
- Interview with Khoi Vinh, Adobe’s Principal Designer
- Obscure InDesign Feature of the Week: Greek Vector Objects on Drag
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Links mentioned in this podcast:
- The InDesign Conference 2018 agenda
- Ripon Printers is on Facebook, but you have to check out their web site’s Technical Guides and Resources page too
- InDesign New Features Guide (v1.0 to CC 2018.1) as a Publish Online/PDF doc
- How to see if black is showing up as 4-color black in Acrobat
- Khoi Vinh’s site
- Show some love to our CreativePro Week tabletop sponsors!
Here’s the 256-level histogram (0 to 255) we were talking about: