Getting Started with Adobe InDesign, Part 2
What You'll Learn
Take your InDesign skills to the next level with this industry standard program for print design and page layout.
Adobe InDesign offers much better text formatting and image alignment than your average word processing program, and it integrates beautifully with Photoshop, Illustrator, and other Adobe applications.
This workshop expands on techniques from Getting Started with Adobe InDesign, Part 1. You'll discover more of InDesign's core features and built-in effects, enabling you to improve on your text and add additional pages. We'll also cover time-saving tips and tricks that will help you get the most out of InDesign.
This workshop will cover:
- Managing linked graphics
- Importing text
- Styling objects, paragraphs, and characters
- Working with layers
- Flowing text across multiple pages
Presented in Adobe Creative Cloud, but most of what is taught will apply to earlier versions of the program.
Who Should Take This
Anyone who wants to create brochures, catalogs, books, and other print media. It's perfect for designers transitioning from PageMaker, Quark, or entry-level word processing software too! You should take Getting Started with Adobe InDesign, Part 1 if you're not familiar with the InDesign interface and basic tools.
Presented By Edward Popovitz
Edward Popovitz has been a designer and educator for 15 years. He has worked on such diverse projects as editorial spreads for Dallas Magazine to creating 200-page self-study for an accreditation committee. He has served on a board of AIGA Colorado for the last five years and have art directed the production of the student magazine Point. He teaches at the Art Institute of Colorado in the Graphic Design Department. In 1999 he jumped on the InDesign bandwagon and never looked back. Whether producing single page pamphlets or 200 page catalogs InDesign is his program of choice for type and page layout.
BDA Members: $69.00
Erica has a great personality, very approachable, bright, and not condescending or dogmatic despite such an advanced knowledge an deep history in the printing business.Nadia EveRead All Comments