Advance your InDesign Skills - Book Publishers Workshop
Course detail

This InDesign course in London will help you become more productive by showing you how to use InDesign in the most effective way. You will advance your skills by learning how to use features and ways of working that save yourself time and make the creation of professionally set-up documents seem easy!

Learn how to use InDesign guides and smart guides, how to use Master Page items, how automatic variable running heads can be created, and many more tips and ways to free up your time. Also learn the best ways of setting up text for co-edition books and the best ways of creating covers and jackets.  You will also cover importing and placing multiple images, combining shapes and aligning objects and controlling Photoshop layers from InDesign.

Who is the course aimed at?
Suitable for designers and editors who are already using InDesign but who might not have had any formal training. Or those who would simply like to improve their skills and work more efficiently.
Benefits
  • Learn to create efficient InDesign documents
  • Learn ways of speeding up and simplifying your day to day tasks
  • Learn the fundamentals of Paragraph & Character styles and style sheets
  • Learn quick ways of working with images

Thanks very much for an extremely useful and enlightening day. I wish I'd attended this course a long time ago. Mark made the features of InDesign easy to understand, and relevant to my day to day work. I will definitely recommend this course to colleagues.

Delegate, RGB Kew

Course summary
 
Date
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Duration
1 day
 
Start
9.30 am
 
End
5.00 pm
 
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Trainer
Mark Bracey
 
Price
£395 plus VAT - freelancer rates available
 
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Mark is our InDesign trainer and has worked in book publishing as a designer and trainer for nearly twenty five years. After studying graphic design Mark worked for various design studios before taking on a training role at Dorling Kindersley. While at DK he advised on best practices for book creation and ran a team of in-house DTP staff. Following DK's merger with Penguin, Mark worked as a key member of the management team responsible for the group's migration to InDesign. Mark is currently Publishing Manager for InXmedia Ltd and continues to work 'hands-on' designing and typesetting books as well as being responsible for print production and publishing activities within the company.