A short course on sustainability in print buying. Your Company have a sustainability program in place or you might want to learn how to set one up. Either way, this course will be useful and insightful. Taught by a sustainability expert Meredith Walsh.
This advanced level workshop will take you through the Safety Assessment process ensuring you recognise and address potential hazards before your product is placed on the market. Often taken as a follow up to Understanding Toy Safety (Part 1).
Learn how to edit directly in the InDesign layout. This course will help you build a good understanding of the way files are constructed in InDesign and what things can go awry. By the end of the course delegates will be able identify and correct errors, avoiding costly mistakes further down the line.
This course concentrates on the principles involved in building long, predominantly text only documents with InDesign. It is appropriate for books such as novels, biographies, academic and reference books.
A course covering different product types including children's board books, children's bath books, touch & feels, pop up children books, books plus and books with electronics. Learn the different processes involved, the key elements to consider when costing and scheduling and the best ways of specifying your products clearly and succinctly.
The book production involves lots of detail and there are plenty of opportunities for misunderstanding along the way. Focussing on what can go wrong from design stages through to delivery, you will have wider vision and know what to look out for to avoid mistakes turning into disasters.
This one day InDesign course in London is made for those handling and checking book production files. It covers familiar problems including managing fonts, checking image resolution, document size and trims, correct use of layers for text and special finishes, checking colours and transparent elements.