Online Design gives you a couple of ways to edit your index information as you are compiling it. Let’s look at how to edit in the Student Body area.
Online Design has a Tag Photo feature that enables you to attach names to your images, simplifying caption writing and improving your ability to track student appearances in the book.
You have plenty of tools to adjust and jazz up your photos in Online Design when you use Pixlr in the Image Editor area. Remember to grant the proper permissions to staff members who need to use all the Image functions.
Consistency is one of the main characteristics of a great yearbook. Tools exist to help designers maintain consistency. For example, Character Styles let designers quickly apply the same type of formatting throughout the yearbook.
Text can be converted into a shape, enabling you to customize it like other shapes on a spread. With your text as a shape, you can apply a border, a solid or gradient fill, or place an image directly into the text.
Cut out backgrounds are created in Online Design by using clipping paths. The tools are located in the Page Editor’s Edit Object window.
First deadlines are approaching for many yearbook staffs, and the portrait pages are typically one of the first sections to get placed on the page. Fortunately for both InDesign and Online Design users, Walsworth provides solutions that make creating portrait pages easier and more efficient once your portrait images are ready to go.
Duotones are images in which two colors are used. Sometimes the colors are blended so they appear as one hue. Using Image Editor, Transparency and Colors, you can create this effect in Online Design.
When you need to align and arrange several shapes, elements or graphics on a layout, or you plan to run shapes or images across the top, bottom or down the side of a page, the Object Layout palette in Page Editor is your tool.
Using clipping path and drop shadow, you can apply the advanced touch of a torn photo effect to an image with Online Design.