InDesign Training in San Francisco
Graphics professionals rely extensively on Adobe InDesign to create powerful layouts for print and digital publishing. This InDesign Fundamentals training in San Francisco will help you attain proficiency with InDesign's essential design, typographic and publishing features. In this course, you will learn to:
- Set up the InDesign Interface
- Create a Basic Flyer Layout
- Create an Event Poster Layout
- Create a Brochure Layout
- Learn how to Thread Text
- Work with Text Styles
- Prepare Files for Pre-press
- and much more! See full outline for InDesign training
InDesign Training Reviews:
Rated 4.7/5 based on 409 student reviews.
This training was very informative and the teacher taught the essentials in an exciting way that kept the class informed and modified his teaching to fit what we all wanted/needed from the course
- Casey Pond, Urban Land Institute, San Francisco
It was great! The instructor was energetic and he really took the time to learn each student's needs for InDesign. He is very knowledgeable and was able to answer all our questions as well as give extra tips!
- Mary GuzmanUCSF, San Francisco
Really informative. Instructor went at our pace and made sure everyone understood the material before moving on to the next topic.
- Hope Rogers, Pfau Long Architecture, San Francisco
Excellent! I learned everything I came here to learn and will take the advanced class next. I feel very ready to take my indesign skills back to work.
- Simone Cobb, UC Berkeley, Berkeley
The training was extremely useful and will benefit my career greatly. The class was fun!
- John Lemm, Prometheus, San Mateo
Very informative and our instructor was very attentive to individual needs.
- Matthew, Williams Sonoma, San Francisco
Instructor was wonderful and very good at troubleshooting and explaining things. She was very helpful.
- Ashlei Kilkenny, Balleto Vineyars, Santa Rosa
I thought the instructor was very explicit in the way he taught the class. He didn't mind helping the students that were falling behind or that needed help during the lecture time.
- Ashlyn Peebles, Brereton Architects, San Francisco