InDesign Business Card Design Tips & Tricks

InDesign Business Card Design Tips & Tricks

TutorialType : Indesign Tutorial

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InDesign business card tutorial, how to design a business crd using InDesign. Today an in-depth InDesign business card design tutorial, where I walk you through the design process from start to finish of a business card perfect for print.

I offer up some tips and tricks on designing a business card in InDesign, that will allow you to place imagery and designs within shapes or text on your business card. It’s Tom with Satori Graphics back with another Adobe InDesign tutorial.

I have made a few InDesign tutorials on this channel, and they often go down well with people enjoying the tips and techniques that they provide. Todays video will show you how to design a business card in InDesign, with some tips and tricks along the way. You will be learning how to place an image or a design within text and custom shapes, all within InDesign.

Also in the tutorial, you will learn how to set up a document for a business card in InDesign, and then how to create the business card, and lastly how to export the design perfect for print. All of this within a 10 minute InDesign business card tutorial.

If you dig these InDesign videos then let me know and I will make more videos for InDesign. I know it is different to that of Illustrator, but I do feel it has it’s time and place.

If you found this InDesign tutorial on how to design a business card enjoyable or useful, let me know in the comments section and drop a like on your way out.

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