INDESIGN BASICS Ep1 – How To Make A Poster Using InDesign

Welcome back everybody, today InDesign basics which is going to be a series with 1 upload per week, and the first episode is how to make a poster using InDesign. This tutorial is perfect for people starting out and who are beginners with Adobe InDesign, and will covers the basics and essentials for making and designing a poster for print, using InDesign. So lets jump into the first episode of InDesign basics, with a tutorial on how to make a poster using InDesign!

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I walk you through the process of setting up a poster design for print, within Adobe InDesign that can be easily understood by a beginner.

I do suggest that you use Photoshop for designing the actual artwork of your poster design, and then move that over to inDesign which is where you will then add the text and logos to your poster.

Then I show you how to export your poster for print in InDesign. So after watching this InDesign tutorial for beginners, I hope you are totally clear on how to export a poster for print using Adobe InDesign 🙂

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