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Episode 17: A Place for Your Stuff (VIDEO)

April 10th, 2006 | Michael Murphy

As designers, we have a lot of stuff we need to have at our disposal quickly. But finding a place for that stuff and knowing what stuff you need is a challenge. This episode covers a great place in InDesign for your stuff: Libraries. What are they? What are they for? … (read more)

Episode 8: Tales from the InDesign Front Lines

January 18th, 2006 | Michael Murphy

It’s a very unique time of year for me. I’m in the middle of massive annual project that I’m doing for the first time entirely in InDesign. It’s always a battle to meet this deadline, so this episode of the podcast consists of war stories about … (read more)

Episode 6: New Year’s Resolutions

January 2nd, 2006 | Michael Murphy

The end of one year and the beginning of another is a time of change in many ways…giving us a chance to make a fresh start. As a designer, I feel that InDesign has given me that fresh start. A chance to learn new things, fix past mistakes, break habits, solve problems and explore options in a way that … (read more)

Episode 5: The Importance of Import Options

December 20th, 2005 | Michael Murphy

As a designer, you know that when you get all the necessary elements onto your page, you can make something great, but getting those elements on that page was a pretty inflexible process back in the Quark XPress days. The fifth episode of the podcast runs down the many options … (read more)

Episode 2: Four To Be Thankful For

November 25th, 2005 | Michael Murphy

Since it’s a four-day Thanksgiving weekend, I thought I would spend some time covering four things in InDesign that I’m thankful for. In this podcast, I cover … (read more)

Episode 1: Podcast Premiere

November 18th, 2005 | Michael Murphy

Episode 1 of The InDesigner is now available.

This is an audio-only podcast outlining what the goal of this whole endeavor is; a little bit about my background, mostly related to working with InDesign; a few (justifiable) jabs at QuarkXPress; and a quick tip about … (read more)