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Description

Adobe Indesign CC (Creative Clouds) is the world's most powerful software for printing and digital publishing in themarket.

Our InDesign course offers step by step instructions, classroom exercises and discussions for creating and viewing a document,managing pages and books, working with text, placing and working with graphics, working with objects and layers, applying and managing color, applying fills, strokes, and effects, working with points and paths, working with tables, working with style, finalizing a document, exporting a document and customizing the way you work. In order to ensure that you will achieve these targeted objectives, you are required to submit a final Project.

Syllabus1

Getting Started with InDesign

  • Installing InDesign 
  • Showing and Hiding Panels 
  • Using the Tools and Control Panel 
  • Opening a Document 
  • Inserting Images or Text in a Document 

Creating and Viewing a Document
  • Creating a New Document 
  • Creating a New Document Using Presets 
  • Changing the Display View 
  • Changing the View with the Zoom Tool 
  • Viewing and Using Rulers 
  • Using Guides 
  • Changing Guides & Pasteboard Options 
  • Using Smart Guides 

Managing Pages Using the Pages Panel
  • Inserting,Navigating, Deleting and Moving Pages 
  • Working with Page Spreads 
  • Working with Master Pages 
  • Working with Page Numbers and Sections 
  • Changing the Page Size 

Syllabus2

Working with Text

  • Using Type Tools 
  • Creating Type in a Text Frame 
  • Creating Path Type 
  • Importing Text 
  • Flowing Imported Text 
  • Working with Overflow Text 
  • Copying and Moving Text 
  • Changing Fonts 
  • Changing Font Size 
  • Changing Text Leading 
  • Changing Text Kerning 
  • Changing Text Tracking 
  • Aligning Paragraphs 
  • Creating a Drop Cap 
  • Setting Text Frame Options

Placing and Working with Graphics
  • Placing Graphics 
  • Placing Multiple Graphics 
  • Copying or Moving Graphics 
  • Using the Links Panel 
  • Fitting Graphics in Frames 

Working with Objects and Layers
  • Creating Shapes 
  • Creating Lines 
  • Creating Multiple Objects in a Grid 
  • Using the Selection Tool 
  • Using the Direct Selection Tool 
  • Resizing Objects 
  • Moving Objects 
  • Duplicating Objects 
  • Grouping and Combining Objects 
  • Aligning Objects 
  • Distributing Objects 
  • Arranging Object Stack Order 
  • Transforming Objects 
  • Scaling Objects 
  • Rotating Objects 
  • Locking and Unlocking Objects 

Syllabus3

Applying and Managing Color

  • Applying Colors 
  • Using the Eyedropper Tool 
  • Creating Tint Swatches 

Applying Fills, Strokes, and Effects
  • Applying Fill and Stroke Colors 
  • Changing Stroke Attributes 
  • Creating Blends and Effects 
  • Applying Shadow Effects 
  • Applying Feather Effects 
  • Applying Corner Object Effects 

Working with Points and Paths
  • Drawing with the Pen Tool 
  • Selecting and Moving Points and Segments 
  • Working with Pathfinder 
  • Creating a Compound Path 

Working with Tables
  • Creating Tables 
  • Entering and Editing Text in a Table 
  • Modifying a Table 
  • Adjusting Table Rows and Columns 
  • Adjusting Tables in the Text Frame 

Working with Style
  • Using the Paragraph Styles or Character Styles Panel 
  • Creating Paragraph Styles 
  • Creating Character Styles 
  • Using Quick Apply 

Finalizing a Document
  • Using Spell Check 
  • Changing Case 

Automating the Way You Work
  • Creating a Library 

Exporting a Document
  • Exporting a Document 
  • Understanding Export File Formats 
  • Exporting as a Print PDF 
  • Exporting as a JPEG or PNG 

Customizing the Way, You Work
  • Setting General Preferences

Job Opportunities

Designers Architects Engineers
Civil Engineers Drafters Architects
Contractors Building Managers Electrical Controls & System Designers
2D Artist Document Creators Game Developers
Graphic Designers 3D Animators Product Manufactures
Inventors Prototype Designers 3D Animators
Effects Specialist Game Designers Construction Managers
Structural Engineers Building Information Modelers Construction PMs
Interior Designer Construction Development Building Designer

Benefits

Adobe InDesign before, its the industry standard in page layout programmes it enables you to quickly and easily create stunning layouts for both online and print use. So what are the benefits of taking an InDesign Training Course?
Marketing costs Reduced
Are you sick of paying external agencies to make just minor amends to your artwork? Or are you coming up with the ideas then going backwards and forwards with your designer when the design isn’t exactly as you envisage? By equipping yourself with some Adobe InDesign knowledge you will be able to edit and create artwork at your desk in your own time saving valuable time and money!
Social Media
Are you wanting your social media posts to stand out but just don’t have the skills to give them that whizz bang? Well once you get the hang of the Adobe InDesign interface you will soon be able to put images and text together creating some striking designs to accompany your social posts.
Professional Presentations
Bored of the same old Microsoft Powerpoint templates? The frustration when you want to just align a few images to make the layout look neat and organised? Well InDesign has many features that give you absolute control over where everything goes on your page. You can also export the file as an interactive PDF that you can add all sorts of features like image galleries, buttons and hyperlinks to really make your presentations stand out of the crowd.
Edit Existing Marketing Material
Have you had designers produce artwork for you in the past? Well its highly likely this would have been produced in InDesign and you will own those files, simply ask them to email them across and you can update last years brochure with new pictures and information then get it sent out with no additional costs from external agencies.
Visualise Ideas Quickly
So you come in to work with an amazing idea in your head, how much easier would it to be if you could just open Adobe InDesign and start getting it visualised rather than write an email to describe how you want it to look only for it to come back nothing as you expected!? Once you know how to use Adobe InDesign you can quickly and easily get ideas out of your head and out though your various marketing channels.



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