InDesign users —
Just discovered a few new tricks in the pages panel which have made my workflow a bit better.
1. in panel options, deselect the vertical setting for page display — this enables much more pages to fit into the viewport, allowing less scrolling (pairs well with decreasing the page preview size)
2. from the fly-out menu, choose Page Attributes > Color label to assign color values to specific pages. When you apply the color label to master pages, this attribute applies to all children of the master page
3. use Sections to arrange your pages into numbered groups. As you can see in the example above, there are two pages with the number '01,' which isn't possible in the default page flow.
What I was trying to achieve in this particular document was various ad layouts for both facebook and google. Each master page is sized, named, and color coded according to it's pixel dimensions. Once everything was set up, I could easily reference the pages panel to determine what dimensions any given page was and what the intended advertising network would be. I especially like how pages inherit both the top-level prefix [FB for facebook and AW for adwords] and the automatically generated page number based on sections. This made organization really easy prior to export.