InDesign for Editors
Learn how to edit directly in the InDesign layout
This unique InDesign course is geared to the needs of book production staff, and others responsible for handling and checking files prior to sending out for repro or print. Although special attention is given to co-edition publishing, the course also covers familiar problem areas including use of colours, managing fonts and transparent elements. A basic working knowledge of the tools and features of InDesign is assumed. A particular strength of this course is its focus on the increasingly close involvement of production staff in the flow of files and the greater depth of knowledge that is required.
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.
Whats skills do I need to do this course?
This unique InDesign course is geared to the needs of editors, production staff, and others responsible for handling and checking files prior to sending out for repro or print. A basic working knowledge of the tools and features of InDesign is assumed.
Mark Bracey – Book Publishing Designer
Mark has worked in book publishing as a designer and trainer for nearly twenty five years. After studying graphic design he 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 working as a freelance book designer and typesetter and provides self-publishing services to individual authors and institutions through his own imprint
A great teacher, with bags of current and relevant experience – you will not be disappointed.
Interested in this course?
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