Typesetting in InDesign – Training for Publishers
Learn everything you need to know in order to take full advantage of InDesign’s typesetting and formatting features
We will show you the most efficient ways to set up documents in order to save time and ensure consistency throughout. This training session focusses on the principles involved in building long, predominantly text only documents with InDesign. It is appropriate for typesetting books such as novels, biographies, academic and reference books.
What skills are needed for this course?
Candidates are expected to have InDesign skills to a basic level, being able to create and manipulate text and have an understanding of concepts such as the use of Paragraph and Character styles. No previous typesetting experience is required.
Mark Bracey – Experienced 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.
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