How to Use InDesign for Online Projects | Ayantek | Ayantek's User Experience Design Digest |

As a designer who first fell in love with print design that I saw in magazines like Vogue, I started my career resizing print ads and creating long technical printed books. Through these teeth-cutting projects, I became proficient in InDesign—the industry standard print layout program—an extremely efficient tool for creating consistent, standard layouts.


The demand for online design work continues to grow, along with  the need for wireframes and prototypes to accompany visual design comps. As a designer, why learn an inferior layout program like Visio or PowerPoint for this work? In this blog, I’ll touch on the older features you loved as a print designer that will make wireframes more efficient as well as the new interactive features that make simple prototyping a breeze.

Via The Ayantek Team