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Recently, I recorded a series on Adobe's Digital Publishing Suite for!

with: James Lockman

Course Description:
Up and Running with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite shows designers how to create interactive publications for tablet devices using Adobe InDesign and the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. Introducing this emerging publishing platform, author James Lockman discusses the DPS workflow, comparing it with existing EPUB and print workflows, and highlights key layout and design considerations when designing for DPS. The course explains how to incorporate hyperlinks, slideshows, panoramas, audio and video, and pan and zoom capabilities as a means of adding value to a publication. Lastly, the course sheds light on compiling interactive folios and testing and publishing finished projects. Exercise files accompany the course.

Topics Include:
    • Determining your digital publishing market
    • Designing for an interactive publication
    • Creating buttons
    • Setting up image sequences
    • Building the panorama viewer
    • Configuring audio and setting video playback options
    • Creating a web viewer portal
    • Structuring articles into folios using the Folio Builder
    • Testing a folio locally 
    • Publishing folios
    • Building viewers for iPad and Android

2.68 Hours

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I did your training on Lynda, and found it very useful but now I am doing a test project and can’t understand why things aren’t working quite as well as they should. I am still referring back to your training but it’s not making a difference. I have searched your blog but the problems are not covered, can you help. Im having problems publishing to email Im not recieving anything

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