Part two of a multi-part series doing a deep dive into Adobe InDesign’s Export to HTML functionality with this post focusing on tables.
After seeing the value of using Microsoft Lists for my editorial calendar, I decided to use it for managing my product numbering standard.
When Microsoft released Lists this past summer, it’s built-in content scheduler template looked like a great replacement for my OneNote table.
After integrating Adobe CC Libraries into my design workflow it’s clear to me that its most powerful feature is the ability to store paragraph and character styles.
For years I wrestled with how to name and where to save my creative files. And then I came across “Designing Brand Identity” and my light bulb went off.