CMAT 211 – Semester Warp Up

This semester went by really fast and I can’t believe that this is my very last post. What I learned from this class aside from how to use Indesign and WordPress two programs that I had no previous knowledge of before entering the class was that there are many ways to complete a task. There…

Additional Design Resources

New Resources The AIGA – University of Baltimore Group – this link takes you to the American Institute of Graphic Arts University of Baltimore chapter this is a great link to get involved if you are interested in Graphic Arts Adobe Indesign – This link takes you to the Indesign website giving you a chance to download InDesign as…

Creating a WordPress Header Image Using InDesign

WordPress allows you to add your own create headers to customize your page and make it exactly the way you like it. One way to create a custom header is to use InDesign in order to create one, the process in creating one starts like this -> create a new file with the width of 960p and…

Adding Images

When creating images from either Indesign or Acrobat it’s essentially the same process. When in Indesign the process is File > Export > JPEG > Save this allows you to create an image of whatever project you have created within InDesign, Now with Acrobat you do almost the exactly the same process, now the reason for this is…

Learning WordPress vs. Learning InDesign

WordPress and InDesign are two very different applications, On one hand, WordPress is much easier to use than Indesign. With WordPress, it’s directed to mass consumers compared to InDesign which is directed to graphic designers and professionals. When it comes to InDesign you can be more creative compared to WordPress, and you can change almost everything within…

Post and Pages in WordPress

Working on my post and pages within WordPress wasn’t very hard when looking at the page option allows you to house content under one section making it easy to find by people looking at your blog. The Page feature allows viewers to reach old content much faster by clicking on the tabs than scrolling through…