Adobe InDesign has come a long way since its transition from CS6 to Creative Cloud. If you’re like most users, many of these changes may have passed you by in your quest to stay afloat as a graphic designer. In this one-day workshop, Adobe Certified Expert and freelance jack-of-all trades Scott Citron will bring you up to speed on where we are and what you’ve missed in the world’s favorite page layout tool.
Here’s a an abbreviated outline of what we plan to cover:
Borders and Shading
Buttons and forms
Color Theme tool
Font UI Changes
Graphics in cells
Place and link
Span or split columns
Text frame options (column rules, custom baseline grids, first baseline, auto-size, footnotes)
TOC usage and new features (ignore forced line breaks)
Ungroup to original layers
If this outline sounds like fun (which it is), then sign up today for this very popular class. Attendance is limited to under 20 students and seats go fast. Bring your laptop with the latest version of InDesign (and Photoshop and Illustrator, if possible) and we’ll see you there.
For questions about the class feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Scott Citron is a print and web designer in NYC. The founder and head of the New York InDesign User Group for over ten years, Scott is an Adobe Certified Expert in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Lightroom. From 2008 to 2012 he served on the board of the Type Directors Club, and today continues in his role as an Adobe Community Professional. Scott is also the author or co-author of two books for Adobe Press and co-authored an Adobe Photoshop 5.5 training DVD for video2brain.com in 2010.