MAGAZINE LAYOUT IN ADOBE INDESIGN TUTORIAL – PHOTOSHOP & INDESIGN – Adobe InDesign Tutorial

MAGAZINE LAYOUT IN ADOBE INDESIGN TUTORIAL – PHOTOSHOP & INDESIGN – Adobe InDesign Tutorial

Today I have an Adobe InDesign tutorial video entitled a magazine layout in Adobe InDesign tutorial, a look at laying out a magazine document both for print and we use, in InDesign. I have a link below that shows my most recent magazine project that I worked on in InDesign which is also shown in the tutorial today. My method works for me where I design he artwork in Photoshop, and then transfer that over to Adobe InDesign, where I also add the text and logo files to prevent blurry printing solutions.
So if you want to know how to layout a magazine in Adobe InDesign, watch my video today and I hope that the Adobe InDesign tutorial is a helpful one 🙂

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Layout for web use: 1:13
Exporting magazine for web use: 3:48
Layout for print use: 4:50
Exporting magazine for print use: 9:19

Magazine link of the layout example in this Adobe InDesign tutorial:

Thanks to yet more suggestions from subscribers, we will be looking at using Adobe InDesign to both layout and export a magazine for print and web use. This is going to be a long tutorial and I know many of my subscribers will most likely not use Adobe InDesign too often, but I do like to cover a wide range of areas of graphic design on this channel. So if you are not a fan of Adobe Indesign don’t fret, I have more Illustrator and Photoshop tutorials as well much more in the pipeline. There is a list of time stops in corner if you want to see a specific point, if you do find this tutorial helpful let me know in the comments section and subscribe to satori graphics if you haven’t done already.

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  1. Stevano Chandra
    Stevano Chandra dit :

    this really2 a great tutorial, but i wanna ask something

    can i open SWF file that i creat with inDesign at other media ? nb: android phone?

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  2. Charlene Carpenter
    Charlene Carpenter dit :

    Perhaps your title should indicate that this is using Photoshop. I was looking for an Indesign tutorial, and unfortunately this didn’t meet my needs and I felt annoyed I spent my time watching.

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  3. Charlotte Grub
    Charlotte Grub dit :

    How to you create a design so that you change pages by clicking the "arrow" buttons like the magazine shown in the beginning and not peeling the pages?

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  4. happie Teach
    happie Teach dit :

    I really liked this tutorial. InDesign is one of my favorite programs so I was looking for a quick tutorial to share with my students. The second part/print portion will be great for them, but I grade them on and teach them that they have to do text inside of InDesign. I read your reason why you did it all in Photoshop, but I can’t endorce that because that will not pass them. 🙂 I love all of your tutorials though. I do reference those to them. 🙂

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  5. Satori Graphics
    Satori Graphics dit :

    *Notes On This Video*
    This tutorial is NOT a video on how to design a magazine from scratch in InDesign, it is a tutorial on how to layout a magazine in InDesign. Granted, it is probably a better idea for workflow purposes to add all text / logo content within InDesign, and all artwork in Photoshop, imported to InDesign. However, if the final outcome is fine once printed or like the example in this video the design is *for web* design the pages in Photoshop totally can work.

    The reason I laid the artwork out in InDesign is because there are no bleed options readily available in Photoshop. I do have various other InDesign tutorials that show how to design a print project totally in InDesign, but this video is only about laying out a design for print.

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  6. Irena art
    Irena art dit :

    through which program you open a swf file? through chrome and mozilla can not opet, but I have a flash player installed

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  7. Wnękofoty Sebastian Wnęk
    Wnękofoty Sebastian Wnęk dit :

    why do you call it magazine layout in Id, if you do just everythig in PS? if i’d like to learn how to do it in photoshop i would look for photoshop tutorials, great, wasted my time

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  8. Carlos Fernandes
    Carlos Fernandes dit :

    It just boggles me how you just don’t benefit from the incredible layout features InDesign offers. Yes we must use Photoshop to edit and prepare images and even make some special effects in some type, and I do use it for that. but Photoshop is no match to InDesign when we talk about layout setting. Another thing, the text don’t get as crisp if you set it Photoshop, compared to setting it in InDesign.

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  9. Matt Luken
    Matt Luken dit :

    My picture is clear in Photoshop, but it get’s pixelated in InDesign when I zoom in on the pictures…
    please help

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  10. El Care Barbie
    El Care Barbie dit :

    I love your video , I’m confused about why do you use a 3mm bleed in the Indesign file but a 6mm bleed on the Photoshop file?

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  11. setto frank
    setto frank dit :

    Perhaps your title should indicate that this is using Photoshop. I was looking for an Indesign tutorial, and unfortunately this didn’t meet my needs and I felt annoyed I spent my time watching.

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  12. Ron Duckett
    Ron Duckett dit :

    I really enjoy your videos as I have mentioned before but this one wasn’t your most helpful. As I was looking at it, I wondered why you did not just lay out the whole thing out in InDesign. There really wasn’t a need to crop anything in photoshop because InDesign can do that and for the creating outlines, although I found something I didn’t know Indesign could do, it just increases the files size exponentially. Please do not be offended by anything that I am saying. You a have me a subscriber for life bro, there is just a much quicker and efficient way at doing it.

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  13. Harold Ajagu
    Harold Ajagu dit :

    Nice tutorial again! Just what i needed. I am working currently on a handbook design…but it is mainly text and tables. Can I design the tables in photoshop and just import them to inDesign? would it still look blurry on print?

    And one more thing…Your playlist man!! Is there a way you can share it maybe on soundcloud….love your taste in music similar to mine. Thanks

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  14. akhwan munawar
    akhwan munawar dit :

    Hi please help, i followed your tutorial for swf and the result is bad resolution. I set up the document from the photosop same as on indesign and export it to jpg then place on indesign but the resolution is so bad

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  15. Trey Robinson
    Trey Robinson dit :

    Hey, just getting into Print, learning the basics and everything. For measurements, why do we need to compensate the Bleed in Photoshop (enlarge by 6mm all around) for the 3mm bleed in InDesign? Is PS splitting that 6mm height into 3 for the top and 3 for bottom?

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  16. TiM Timoff
    TiM Timoff dit :

    Nice tutorial for web-designers =) How to handle main ID features, without finishing working with text in PS area. =)

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  17. Maurice Hurlock
    Maurice Hurlock dit :

    This was a very helpful tutorial I actual understood how to use photoshop to prepare my magazine document. However is there another video for adding page numbers? let me know thanks. Wonderful and helpful content.

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  18. logan91235
    logan91235 dit :

    Why did you decide to use Jpeg instead of keeping it in the native format or TIFF? I know PSDs are larger, but wouldn’t it be worth it to preserve editability?

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  19. missy butcher
    missy butcher dit :

    ..but You not only work with photos in PS, but also text??!
    as we know, text in Photoshop is raster, text must be made in Indesign – for good quality, isn’t it?

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  20. Zak Waters
    Zak Waters dit :

    Im more annoyed at all your adverts. I don’t have the time to mess about with adverts every 2 minutes sorry and good luck

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  21. Ron Duckett
    Ron Duckett dit :

    As always, I look forward to your videos, they really help me through my day. Keep up the good work! From Dayton, Ohio, USA

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  22. Stuart Mitchell
    Stuart Mitchell dit :

    Hi there. A quick question. Why did you halve the spread image in PS into two different images and them place them separately into ID. Would it not be easier to just place the entire image into ID as a spread?

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  23. Ron Duckett
    Ron Duckett dit :

    After reading the comment of others that have viewed this video, I see the goal you were shooting for but, again, I agree with Jessica C. InDesign is where both the Photoshop and Illustrator file comes together. It just seems like double work having to lay it out the photo editing/painting program than in the actual layout program.

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  24. isaiah thomas
    isaiah thomas dit :

    If I wanted to make separate pages, would I then save as single page continuous? Also what is the key difference between "facing " and "cover page"?

    -Love the tutorial by the way!

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