Got Adobe Creative Cloud? Got questions?

Everyone finds things out online but have you ever measured how long you spend looking for answers to Adobe or design and print related questions? and did you get exactly the answers you needed? The web is a black hole for time and attention and it can be difficult to find the answer you’re looking for. That’s why it still pays to use an expert. Creativelab has been Adobe certified since 2006 and  has decades of experience in the design, print and publishing industry. We can troubleshoot problems, provide answers to your specific questions, we can also train you in getting the best from your applications and, best of all, we’re there if you have follow-up questions or need more advice.

We like to think of ourselves as your extra pair of hands, your creative collaborator and your technical helpdesk.

If you need help with Adobe Creative Cloud, training, design or publishing, please do get in touch. We’ll be happy to help.

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InDesign New Features Guide Updated for CC 2017

If you’ve ever struggled to find out exactly what’s new in InDesign or when a feature was introduced, James Wamser has the guide you need. James developed an interactive guide to InDesign features which goes all the way back to version 1.0 in 1999! He’s just updated it to include the newly released features of CC2017, it’s free and can be downloaded via the link below.

 

Comprehensive guide to InDesign new features includes the newest version of InDesign and links to other valuable resources.

Source: InDesign New Features Guide Updated for CC 2017 – InDesignSecrets : InDesignSecrets

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404 Ink first issue

Earlier in the year we helped with the development of a logo for the indie publishing startup 404 Ink. We’re happy to see that the first edition of their lit mag is now out.

The first issue features writers and artists including Helen Sedgwick, Kevin MacNeil,  Seonaidh Charity and Karyn Dougan as well as interviews with Wilko Johnson, Girls of Steel, The Sad Ghost Club and others as well as a retrospective look at the errors of 2016.

The magazine is available in both print and digital formats.

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Adobe Reduces InCopy CC Subscription Fee

Here’s a great piece of pricing news if you’re thinking about adopting InCopy as part of a publishing workflow. InDesignSecrets are reporting that Adobe has reduced the subscription fee  to just $4.99 per month, meaning that InCopy can be used by anyone who needs it without having to use a bank account busting complete CC license just to do so.

 

Adobe has adjusted the InCopy CC subscription fee to $4.99 per month, making the InDesign – InCopy editorial workflow for publishers more affordable.

Source: Adobe Reduces InCopy CC Subscription Fee – InDesignSecrets

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May event: Coding Workshop. – SYP Scotland

On the 26th of May we took part in the SYP Scotland’s coding workshop in Edinburgh on XML and InDesign. The SYP Scotland team have written up a blog piece on the evening.For our May event, we were delighted to have Scott Russell join us to host a workshop, giving a little insight into some digital tips and tricks for the publishing industry. creative-lab.co.uk | @c…

Source: May event: Coding Workshop. – SYP Scotland

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