This advanced level course in InDesign demonstrates how to create long and interactive documents, and examines the construction of documents. The course references features offered with Adobe Creative Cloud
InDesign is a software application that offers a page design and layout toolset to ‘work across desktop and mobile devices to create, preflight and publish everything from printed books and brochures to digital magazines, iPad apps, eBooks and interactive online documents’ (adobe.com).
This advanced level course in InDesign demonstrates how to create long and interactive documents, and examines the construction of documents. The course references features offered with Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) and is delivered by an Adobe expert who has been delivering Adobe courses since 2003.
This course can be successfully completed by anyone who has prior experience of InDesign or who has completed BRD InDesign (Level 1).
Sound knowledge of InDesign basic concepts is required (i.e. you should be able to add text, images and create basic general design layout in InDesign).
What is the target audience?
This course is for people who already know InDesign and want to take their skills and speed to another level: you should have introductory-level skills to get the maximum value from this course.
- - Document Construction
- - Templating
- - Using Styles
- - Table Fundamentals and Formatting
- - Table and Cell Styles
- - Working with Images in Tables
- - Advanced Tables
- - Paragraph and Character Styles
- - Advanced Text Styles
- - Importing Word, RTF and Text Files
- - Object Styles
- - Styles and Other Features
- - Generating a Dynamic Table of Contents from Styles
- - Customizing Long Documents
- - Outputting Long Documents
- - Managing and Sharing Styles
- - Building an Interactive PDF Presentation
ACA certification is an industry-recognised design credential that can be used to effectively validate your skills in Adobe InDesign software. It represents the creative skills in demand today by industry and academia and reflects well when presented on a resume or college application. Adobe conducted research to identify the foundational skills students need to effectively communicate using digital media tools. Based on feedback from educators, design professionals, businesses, and educational institutions around the world, the objectives cover entry-level skill expectations for print and digital media publishing. Adobe.com This exam can be completed by anyone who has completed our 2-day InDesign introduction course.
Certificate of Completion. Presented to all learners who have completed our courses.