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April 14, 2017 /Creative Cloud /

Free Artist-Made Templates Now in InDesign

With the release of InDesign 2017.1, we have updated the “New Documents” dialog and added free professionally-made templates. Now, when you create a new document you can browse free Adobe Stock templates or select from document presets for Print, Web, or Mobile to quickly jump-start your projects.

New Documents dialogue in InDesign now features free professionally-made templates

New Documents dialog in InDesign now features free professionally-made templates

What types of templates can you expect in InDesign?
Below is just a small sample of the diverse templates you have access to from right within the app with the new release.

Fun Postcard Layout

Royal Studio/Adobe Stock

Interactive Annual Report Layout

Rayogram/Adobe Stock

Art and Culture Magazine Layout

Royal Studio/Adobe Stock

Business Proposal Layout

Valentin Plesa/Adobe Stock

Thank You Card Layout

Scott Citron/Adobe Stock

Modern Resume and Cover Letter Layout

Bill Mawhinney/Adobe Stock

Classic Book Layout

Themzy/Adobe Stock

Contemporary Digital Magazine Layout

Ken Vicera Kaneko/Adobe Stock

News Magazine Layout

Tom Sarraipo/Adobe Stock

Bold Business Card Set

Royal Studio/Adobe Stock

 

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  • By Phoenix Pop Productions - 9:54 AM on April 17, 2017  

    This is easy to use, the UX is great and look forward to the expanding products. A great tool for beginner to advanced marketers. Adobe leads the way.

  • By Simnone - 1:24 PM on April 27, 2017  

    Whay are you screwing over designers and taking work away from us? We are YOUR clients????

  • By Klaas - 3:03 PM on April 27, 2017  

    From the design point of view, the templates might be good.
    But from the view of an average indesign user, thats not good stuff. Even some news functions from InDesign CS5 are not used. And if you want work with that files, it is quite complicate – e.g. Headline, Subheadline and text can e put in one frame.
    I do not know, which users you address, but no average ons.