Seneca Can Train Your Designers to Be InDesign Pros.
The latest edition of InDesign is more powerful than ever — but 75% of its best productivity features are hidden, or at least not very obvious. Are your designers using InDesign CS6 like it was CS1 (or even QuarkXPress)? Seneca can help.
InDesign CS6 offers a slew of useful new features, including much-improved eBook export, interactive forms, alternate layouts, liquid layouts, the content collector, primary text frames, auto-sizing text frames, and flexible columns. Do your designers know how to put all of these to work in their day-to-day routines? Seneca’s trainers can show your staff how to apply InDesign’s new tools to the projects they’re working on now.
And if your staff is upgrading from CS3 or CS4, they’ll also need to learn about the features they missed in CS5/5.5, including animation, the Gap and Page tools, column spanning and splitting, column balancing, and change tracking. So much to learn so fast! When you’re ready to move your team to the latest version of InDesign, count on Seneca to be your guide.
Anne-Marie Concepción and her hand-picked team of InDesign training associates have helped clients like BBDO/Chicago, Kaplan Higher Education, Playboy Enterprises, Loyola Press, McDonalds Corporation and McDougal Littell make a smooth transition, providing continuous follow-up support for each designer as they apply their new tools and skills to real world projects.
Seneca also helps clients standardize and speed their workflows by creating InDesign templates, presets, and custom scripts for production automation. Contact us to see how we can accelerate your creative and production departments.