Adobe InDesign is a layout program that allows students to put together all kinds of print materials such as: Brochures, Posters and even large scale pieces like Bill Boards.
With InDesign, you are able to format text, include imagery such as photos or illustrations from other Adobe Programs like Illustrator and Photoshop. InDesign also features ways to create interactive pieces that you can ultimately view online.
This course will develop your existing skills for creating, editing and formatting documents. Teaching you more advanced features to produce professional publications for web and print.
Working with panels.
Customizing the workspace.
Navigating through a document.
Using menus, panel menus, and context menus.
Modifying interface preferences.
Using Screen modes and View Options.
Preflighting as you work.
Adding text with the Type tool.
Importing text from Microsoft Word.
Formatting text with styles.
Importing and scaling a graphic.
Formatting a drawn object.
Creating a new document.
Switching between open InDesign documents.
Setting up master pages with footers.
Applying master pages to document pages.
Adding new document pages.
Rearranging and deleting document pages.
Changing the size of pages.
Adding sections to change page numbering formatting.
Placing text and graphics onto a spread.
Using the bleed guides
Working with layers.
Creating and modifying text frames.
Creating and modifying graphics frames.
Adding metadata captions to graphics frames.
Changing the shape of a frame.
Wrapping text around a graphic.
Rotating, scaling, and aligning objects.
Selecting and modifying objects in a group.
Drawing lines and adding arrowheads.
Creating a QR code
Flowing text into an existing frame.
Flowing text manually, automatically, and semi-automatically.
Creating threaded frames automatically.
Applying paragraph styles to text.
Adding a jump line page number
Finding and changing a missing font.
Entering text directly and importing text from Word.
Using Finding / Change to replace text and formatting.
Using the Story Editor.
Creating and applying color swatches.
Creating Pantone color swatches.
Using the Eyedropper and Color Theme tools.
Working with tint swatches.
Working with gradients.
Working with color groups
This course is perfect for professional designers who are new to InDesign.
Applicants are required to bring their laptop to the training center. No previous knowledge of InDesign required.
Students must have a good working knowledge of computers, operating systems, using a mouse, keyboard, standard menus and commands. Students must be able to open, save, and close applications and files, as well as navigate to other folders.
Our fees are moderate with an option for installmental payment.
Applicants will be certified upon completion of studies.
Course materials are constantly updated with new & latest concepts.
Get trained by experienced and professional instructors.