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30 practical tips for InDesign users

Learn the best practices
Avoid mistakes
Speed up your work

Frequently asked questions

Why should you read this?
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In this guide, I tried to condense all the main tips I would share with any InDesign users.

These tips will help you:

  • Understand the mistakes you might be making,
  • Learn how to fix your document;
  • Learn new tools that will save you lots time (and stimulate your curiosity);
  • Improve the look of your documents;
  • Collaborate better with other InDesign users.

I promise you this: after applying the suggestions in this document, you won’t want to go back to the way you were working before!

What’s waiting for you at the end?
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After reading this document:

  • You’ll know how to use InDesign better. 
  • You’ll work faster in InDesign. 
  • Producing your documents will take less time. 
What’s in here?
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In this document I’ll help you:

  • Understand what mistakes you might be doing in InDesign;
  • Teach you how to fix your document;
  • Show you what can be improved.
Who’s the author?
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My name is Stefano Bernardi, I have co-founded Redokun in 2015, and I spend most of my time helping customers to optimize their InDesign workflow.

From time to time I write for InDesignSecrets and InDesign Magazine. I also curate our company blog which helps 100.000 people each month with their InDesign issues.

Things to know before you start reading
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I’ll stress on each page how Paragraph and Character Styles are fundamental!

If you don’t know how Paragraph Styles work, you’ll find some instructions inside this document, but there are also a few more resources that you might want to look into:

To improve your knowledge of InDesign (and learn about Paragraph Styles), you might also want to check:

Some of Redokun's customers