indesignlive.com now has a twitter feed. You now have three easy ways to subscribe to all our news through rss, twitter and our weekly newsletter. All you need to do to sign up to any of these is to take a quick scroll to the top of any page and in the top right hand […]
April 16th, 2009
indesignlive.com now has a twitter feed. You now have three easy ways to subscribe to all our news through rss, twitter and our weekly newsletter.
All you need to do to sign up to any of these is to take a quick scroll to the top of any page and in the top right hand corner you’ll see these three icons:
Just click on the icon, follow the instructions and never miss a story again!
Our twitter feed will also include other comments from our team. You can ask us direct questions or just tune in for all the behind the scenes ’twittering’.
Just another tip for the design-inclined.
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