Posted On 8:02 PM by nerdluck | is dubbed as "...your one-stop shop for all things InDesign" and that is an accurate way to describe it. Aside from a few people I know that still can't let go of their Pagemakers and QuarkXpresses, Indesign seem to have made its way into becoming every layout artists' preferred layout tool. And with good reasons. It is by far the most feature-packed, intuitive, and most powerful page layout tool in the market today. Being such, there are a lot of things a rookie like me need to learn about this gem and really saved me a lot of time in getting my self acquainted with the juicy stuff. is the companion web site for the Indesign secrets podcast hosted by David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepcion, two of THE world’s top InDesign gurus. The credentials on these guys are stellar but interestingly enough, Blatner and Concepcion make learning Indesign fun through their light banter and comic exchange of tips and techniques. is also home to the Indesigner video podcast which showcases the power of InDesign to automate repetitive tasks, improve productivity and build unprecedented flexibility into the design process. Hosted by Michael Murphy, a veteran art director and Adobe Certified Expert for Indesign CS2 who has written for InDesign Magazine and presented before the New York and Milwuakee InDesign User Groups.

I suggest subscribing to Indesign Secrets and The InDesigner podcasts through iTunes. They're free anyway.
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  1. Theresa'> 1:49 AM

    Thanks for mentioning InDesign Magazine. Unlike the IndesignSecrets and InDesigner podcasts, you have to pay to subscribe to it, but I thought you might want to know that anybody who wants to check out the magazine without committing can download a free issue at

    Also, it's a PDF-only magazine -- not print. That's nice if you don't live in the United States, where InDesign Magazine, and hate waiting forever for international mail to deliver the newest issue.

    - Terri Stone, editor in chief of InDesign Magazine


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