Overview

Desktop Design with Adobe InDesign
PDT-ComDP-17

Desktop Design with Adobe InDesign (Level II)

IMPORTANT NOTICE: This program will be held live online through Zoom and will feature the same instructors, content, and interaction as our traditional in-person training program.

Adobe InDesign is the industry-leading application to create and publish documents for print and digital media.

This workshop builds on the skills developed in Beginning with Adobe InDesign (Level I).

The focus will be on teaching non-designers how to enhance their design sense and further their understanding of both Adobe InDesign and graphic design guidelines.

(It is recommended that students complete Beginning with Adobe InDesign (Level I) or have significant experience with InDesign, prior to enrolling in this workshop.)

Students must have an Adobe Creative Cloud login prior to attending class.

Don't have an Adobe Creative Cloud login? Create one here before coming to class.

Tools & Materials

PDT-ComDP-17

Desktop Design with Adobe InDesign (Level II)

This workshop will take place in a computer lab where students will have individual access to a desktop computer on a Mac interface and all necessary software applications.  

Students must have an Adobe Creative Cloud login prior to attending class.

Don't have an Adobe Creative Cloud login? Create one here before coming to class.

Instructor Bios

PDT-ComDP-17

Desktop Design with Adobe InDesign (Level II)

  • Beverly Hodsdon

    Beverly Hodsdon

    Beverly holds a B.S. in Marketing from Southern New Hampshire University.  In addition to teaching with UNH Professional Development & Training, she also is an adjunct faculty member at the New Hampshire Institute of Art and Great Bay Community College where she teaches senior level graphic design and typography courses.

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