After 18 months, we’ve given indesignlive a fresh look and introduced more features to make the site an even better resource for you.
April 1st, 2007
Take a tour of all the new features on indesignlive.com below.
To provide you with even more news and stories, we have introduced three new sections: ’in review’, ’who’s doing what’ and ’indesign tv’:
in review looks at the issues facing design and architecture, through interviews, opinion pieces and stories on the economy in Australia and globally.
who’s doing what provides a snapshot of the latest design and architecture projects in Australia.
indesign tv brings you all the best videos from design and architecture around the world – both submitted by you and produced by indesignlive.
news flash provides you with the latest news in the industry. Whether you are time poor and want to know what’s happening or you like to stay on top of all news in the industry, this quick news feed is for you.
Found on the side of every page, this mini calendar view gives you a quick list of any upcoming events.
You can view more events by clicking the ’view more’ link on the bottom right corner.
If you click on the ’+’ icon on the top of the basic calendar, it will expand to become the Advanced Calendar.
This Advanced Calendar allows you to further refine your search using the keyword search, entering a date range or by simply clicking on a date marked yellow.
Take our live poll and see what others think
Have your vote counted on our weekly poll – sometimes a bit of fun and sometimes a little more serious, but always interactive.
Leave a comment with every article
On the bottom of each article, you now have the license to share your thoughts with other readers and leave a comment.
All you need to do is write your name, what you’d like to say and hit the ’Submit Comment’ button and your comment will be processed by the indesignlive.com team.
Take a look around and get to know your new best friend.
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