Adobe InDesign Classes NYC
Hands-on InDesign training in Manhattan, NYC
InDesign is a leading professional page layout program for printing and digital publishing, and Career Centers offers the top instructor-led InDesign courses in New York City. Take your printed materials - posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, presentations, books and ebooks - to another level with NYC's best Adobe InDesign classes.
InDesign has many features that work together to provide you with the tools to combine different types of pieces, from different programs, into a consolidated and professional looking document.
In our beginner course, you will learn to create and customize a document, work with page elements, build tables and prepare for document delivery. In the advanced course you will learn topics that include multiple formats, advanced page elements, style management, complex paths, dynamic documents and print/publishing issues.
Upcoming InDesign Courses NYC
Beginner InDesign Course
InDesign level 1 teaches you its sophisticated design features and enhanced productivity tools for streamlining repetitive tasks, InDesign lets you work faster and better than ever. Extensive integration by using shared presets and color settings; work more efficiently with native file format support; and easily publish to multiple media.
Advanced InDesign Course
The Advanced InDesign class concentrates on the most common topics that we see in NYC businesses using on a daily basis. By the end of this training course, you will feel confident in using tables and columns effectively, creating a long document like books and magazines, creating advanced text styles, such as drop caps, using XML with InDesign, and managing color profiles and print in 4-color. This class is perfect to those wanting to take their InDesign knowledge to the next level, those looki
Intermediate InDesign Course
InDesign level 2 you learn creative effects and controls, design compelling page layouts that include transparency, design effects, and gradient feathers. Since effects are live and nondestructive, you can experiment with ease. Apply effects independently to an object's stroke, fill, or content.