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MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .SRT | + Exercise Files
Level: Intermediate | Duration: 2h 7m | 537 MB
Take the guesswork out of your InDesign layouts. Whether it's a business card, a poster, a digital magazine, or a printed book, your design will look better if you use a grid. Join designer Nigel French as he takes you through a brief history of grids—why you should use them and when you should break them. He shows you how to establish margins and columns, set up a modular grid, and how to fit text to a baseline grid. Plus, learn how to use the powerful Gridify tool and break the grid for graphic effect using images.
Why grids matter
Setting up a modular grid
Determining margins, page size, and aspect ratio
Creating a baseline grid
Creating a cap height grid
Text wraps and grids
Object styles and grid
Using the Gridify feature
Breaking your grid with images
Shaping text frames