PRINT DESIGN WITH INDESIGN

Course Description

This program is ideal for anyone who wants to learn this powerful layout and design program. Starting with the basics, this program teaches you how to use Adobe InDesign to create print and digital ready documents that are ready to be published. Geared for those who want to enter the world of print, this course allows for the building of critical thinking skills as well as real world skills.

Lecturers

Susan Parker, Associate Professor

Charlene Michaels, Associate Professor

What You’ll Learn

  • Workspace basics and layouts in InDesign, along with frames and objects.

  • Drawing and the basics of working with text in the program, of which character and paragraph formatting for important parts.

  • Type options, styles, combining text with objects and setting up tables.

  • Desktop publishing for print ready files, as well as how to deliver files to printers and give them all of the instructions they need to print.

  • Interactive layouts and exporting.

Entry Requirements

Basic computer literacy is a requirement for this program.

WINTER SEMESTER