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Wednesday, June 19, 2013
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TFP Publishing Trends - June 2013

Publishing Trends - the focus of this monthly newsletter is to help keep you, our clients and subscribers, in touch with the latest industry news and shifts.

We also continuously work to keep you apprised of things we're doing to help you stay competitive in your publishing business, whether it's new services, training, workshops, or products. Just as you aim to recalibrate your efforts to stay in line with what's next, we're doing the same to stay one step ahead!

This year, we've seen several trends evolve—certainly cloud-based services, evidenced most strongly by Adobe's recent transition to cloud-based products. Digital publishing has driven a critical and compelling need to create and publish content more effectively for distribution across platforms in real time. It's shifting everything we know about roles, process, and technology to new heights.

We expect to see even more dramatic shifts by year's end. I'd like to hear from you what your biggest challenges are, so we can more finely track these trends and challenges and report back with new practices and solutions under development.

Drop me a line!

Warm Regards-
Margot Knorr Mancini, Founder & CEO

InDesign CC Is Here:
Learn the New Features Fast

InDesign CCIn early May, Adobe announced a major change in how it delivers its Creative Suite products. Creative Suite as we know it is going away: InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, After Effects, and the rest of the application suite are being absorbed into Adobe's Creative Cloud offering, and all future versions are now available on a subscription basis rather than as “boxed” software.

The new version of InDesign, called InDesign CC, is now officially available. Need to get up to speed on InDesign CC's new features? We have you covered. Our What's New: Adobe InDesign CC handbook (available in printed and instant-download versions) walks you through each new feature, so you'll be ready to use the latest release in no time.

7 Useful App-Publishing Tips
+ DPSPublish Now Available for iPad

Learning the many steps required to publish an app can feel challenging to new app creators, but with a little knowledge and a few handy tips, getting from novice to expert can be quick and easy.

Get started with seven of our most popular tips and best practices: Announcing DPSPublish™ + 7 Useful App-Publishing Tips!

Our new DPSPublish™ app, which launched this week, is also a great resource, offering detailed instructions to help you build and publish an app. DPSPublish is also available as a handbook, in print or interactive PDF format, and as an online training session(Includes recent changes to Apple Dev Center.)

10 Most Popular InDesign
and DPS Tips

Every week, we bring you an InDesign or Digital Publishing Suite tip on our InDesign Tips and DPS Tips blogs.

Brush up on your best practices with this roundup of our most popular InDesign and DPS tips so far for 2013.
  1. Using Primary Text Frames
  2. Down-Saving an InDesign Document
  3. Easily Turn Text Into Outlines
  4. Creating Pull Tabs With Scrollable Frames
  5. Using the Span Columns Feature
  6. Using Apple’s Application Loader to Upload a DPS App
  7. Preview Folios With Adobe Content Viewer
  8. App Builder Advanced Options
  9. Web Viewer Options
  10. Template Best Practices

Pinterest Roundup: June

Every month, we collect interesting and noteworthy news about the visual bookmarking site Pinterest in our Pinterest Roundup.

This month's roundup includes articles about how magazine publishers are taking advantage of Pinterest, Pinterest's newest features, using the social pinboard as a marketing tool, and more.

Read the full Pinterest Roundup on the TFP blog...


TFP resources

DPSPublish App

Learn What's New! InDesign CC

Special offer

Adobe Creative Suite 6


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