Indesign, LLC is a multi-discipline engineering design firm that provides full turnkey electronic product development to allow clients to get their new product ideas into the market quickly. Indesign offers complete product development capabilities, starting with a product concept and finishing with a ready-to-manufacture design. Indesign has an ISO certified product development process and a proven track record for on-time, on-budget, high quality product realization.
Indesign provides specific design engineering services and expertise in electrical design, RF/wireless design, embedded software design, and mechanical design. Indesign also provides engineering services and expertise in a variety of other technical areas including systems engineering, human factors, project management and product validation testing. Indesign engineers can complement a client’s in-house design engineering staff, working in partnership with clients on joint development projects.
InDesign is the industry-leading layout and page design software for print and digital media. Create beautiful graphic designs with typography from the world՚s top foundries and imagery from Adobe Stock. Quickly share content and feedback in PDF. Easily manage production with Adobe Experience Manager. Indesign, LLC uses a proven process for new product development to deliver your projects on schedule, with high product quality, and within your budget requirements. Our product development process removes risk from your new product development. Indesign, LLC is a multi-discipline engineering design firm that provides full turnkey electronic product development to allow clients to get their new product ideas into the market quickly. Indesign offers complete product development capabilities, starting with a product concept and finishing with a ready-to-manufacture design.
InDesign is a desktop publishing software application for creating flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, and books. Projects created using InDesign can be shared in both digital and print formats. InDesign is used by graphic designers, artists, publishers, and marketing professionals.
75+ person design team in 30,000 sq. ft design center
Over 200 clients worldwide ranging from start-ups to Fortune 100 companies
Electrical, Software, Mechanical, Human Factors, Testing
IoT, Medical, Communications, Military, Industrial, Transportation, Consumer
ISO certified quality management system for new product development
Indesign’s broad experience in electronic product development is evident in the wide variety of products we have designed for our clients. Our list of product development experience continues to grow. Many of the skills and technologies we have developed can be applied in numerous product and market segments.
- Handheld Diagnostic Devices
- Laboratory Analyzers
- Telehealth linked home devices
- Consumer Medical Devices
- Hospital Communications Systems
- Video Conferencing Devices
- Digital Imaging Devices
- Set Top Boxes: Cable/Satellite
- HD & Ultra HD Camera Solutions
- Thermal/IR imaging Devices
- 2 Way Headsets
- Microphone Array Solutions
- Tracking Devices
- Remote Monitoring Systems
- Security Products and Systems
- Energy Management Devices
- Smart Device Connectivity
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- Test Instruments & Systems
- Weapons Systems
- Military Communications
- Warfare Electronics
- Cellular/IoT Modules
- Environmental Sensors
- Temperature Monitoring & Control Systems
- Optical Sensing Solutions
- Gas Measurement Equipment
- Refrigerator Controls
- Emission Controls
- Motor Controls
- DC Motor Controller
- Asset / Vehicle Tracking
- Verification and Validation
- Software Systems Test
- Certified LabVIEW Developers
- Test Fixtures
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It is important to properly understand the user interface to get the most out of InDesign. Let us take a quick tour of the user interface.
What we see above is the default interface for most installations. Remember that the interface is fully customizable. The interface is grouped into many panels as follows.
First up, is the Application Bar on the top of the window beside the Help menu which allows us to set the document zoom level or allow turning the rulers and guides on and off. It also allows us to tile multiple windows vertically or horizontally. The Br and St icons stand for Adobe Bridge and Adobe Stock respectively and you may or may not see them depending on your installation.
Below the application bar is the long strip called the Control Panel which is a quintessential component of the UI. The Control Panel basically allows you to change properties such as text formatting, color fill, and a host of contextually dependent functions. It is freely movable and you can float or dock it. Make sure you dock it in a place, which is convenient as you’ll be using this very often.
Next, we will take a look at the blank document. This blank document was created using the default options in the New dialog box. We will be learning more about the New dialog box in the next chapter. If you observe closely, the blank document is surrounded by black borders. That is the limit of the printed page. The pink guides on the top and bottom define the margins. The purple guides on the left and right are column guides.
If you have multiple columns, you will find that the purple guides define each column. Neither the pink nor the purple guides print out or will be seen in the exported PDF.
The Toolbar which is usually to the left of the main workspace contains all the tools required to work with the document. It has the selection tools, the text tools, eyedropper tools, etc. Clicking on these tools will open up further functions relevant to that tool in the Control Panel described above. Some tools like the Type tool for example have a small arrow underneath them which can reveal a similar tool with a different function.
To the right of the workspace is the Panels bar which has some additional fucntions. What you see on the Panels bar can vary based on the workspace. Similar to the other window components described above, the Panels bar can be moved around freely or docked to a suitable position.
Clicking a button in the Panels bar will open up additional options. For example, clicking the Stroke option will open a pop-out window allowing us to change the properties of the stroke. You can add more functions to the Panel bar by going to the Window menu and choosing the desired function.
It is important to be able to set the ruler measurements as desired. There are two ways of doing this. One of the ways, is to right-click on the point where the horizontal and vertical rulers intersect and select the desired measurement units. You can also hide the rulers, if you don’t need them.
The other way, if you want to use a different measurement from now on for all new documents, is to use the Units and Increments option in the Preferences dialog box in the Edit menu or simply press Ctrl + K on Windows or Command + K on the Mac to open the Preferences dialog box. This is detailed in the subsequent chapters.