Portland, OR—May 19, 2004. The first magazine devoted to Adobe InDesign is coming. Published by leading Web content provider creativepro.com in association with page-layout authority David Blatner, InDesign Magazine (www.indesignmag.com) will provide the growing community of InDesign users with expert advice about this revolutionary product for designers, publishers, graphic artists, and visual communicators.
Available by paid subscription, InDesign Magazine will provide InDesign professionals with the critical information they need to get their work done. Each bi-monthly issue will include features such as:
• Step-by-step techniques for making the most of InDesign’s features
• Tips from in-the-trenches “InDesigners”
• Expert advice on resolving pre-press and production issues
• Hands-on experience with InDesign’s powerful features
• News about the latest developments
• Reviews of third-party plug-ins and add-ons
• Examples of cutting-edge InDesign work from today’s top designers
• Listings of local user groups, events, and other resources
David Blatner, bestselling desktop publishing book author and co-author of Real World InDesign CS and InDesign for QuarkXPress Users (both Peachpit Press), will provide editorial insight and direction. Writing for the magazine will be senior contributing editor Sandee Cohen, author of InDesign CS Visual QuickStart Guide for Macintosh and Windows (Peachpit Press), as well as design and publishing experts such as John D. Berry, Diane Burns, Mordy Golding, Olav Martin Kvern, and more. Creativepro.com’s Pamela Pfiffner, author of Inside the Publishing Revolution: The Adobe Story (Peachpit Press), will serve as editor in chief, a position she has held at magazines such as MacUser and Publish before joining creativepro.com.
The Time is Right
No product has generated as much buzz and controversy in the publishing industry over the past year as Adobe InDesign. Since its initial release in 1999, InDesign has been creating a stir among many facets of the graphic arts and design communities Now with Adobe InDesign CS and its seamless integration with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, InDesign has been gaining converts within large publishing institutions and small design studios alike.
“As a result of Adobe InDesign’s rapid acceptance by publishers and designers, users are hungry for authoritative information. While creativepro.com will continue to be a great resource for InDesign users, we believe the time is right for a targeted publication,” said Pamela Pfiffner, editor in chief of InDesign Magazine.
“To ensure that we deliver the best information, we couldn’t ask for a more knowledgeable or respected collaborator than David Blatner,” Pfiffner added.
“I haven’t seen so much excitement over software in the publishing industry for a decade,” Blatner said. “InDesign Magazine offers a great way to get the hottest tips, tricks, news, and advice out to users in a timely manner.”
Subscriptions and Advertising
InDesign Magazine will be available by paid subscription. Bi-monthly issues will be delivered electronically in PDF format. To sign up for a free trial issue, go to the InDesign Magazine Web site at http://www.indesignmag.com.
Annual subscription rate for 6 issues is $79, although a $59 charter subscriber rate is currently in effect. “Show special” rates will also be offered. Corporate and educational institution rates are available as well.
The first issue is scheduled for distribution in mid-July, coincident with the InDesign Conference 2004 in Boston. For more information on the conference, see http://www.theindesignconference.com.
To advertise in InDesign Magazine, contact Jeff Lalier, creativepro.com director of business development, at [email protected]
or call 425-391-5885.
For editorial enquiries, please e-mail [email protected]
For more information about InDesign Magazine, see http://www.indesignmag.com.