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 CC like it was CS1 (or even QuarkXPress)? Seneca can help.
InDesign CC offers a slew of useful features that even if you've upgraded already, your users may not be aware of (especially if you skipped a previous version or two). For example, InDesign CC integrates access to hundreds of free Open Type fonts for desktop, mobile, and eBooks via the Typekit service, offers much-improved eBook export to reflowable or fixed-layout interactive EPUB 3 format; provides alternate layouts, interactive forms, auto-sizing text frames, conditional text, tracked changes, and color groups … to name just a few incredibly time-saving features for the busy layout designer.
So much to learn and enjoy! When you're ready to move your team to the latest version of InDesign, or provide them with some hands-on training using these features for your publications, count on Seneca to be your guide.
Anne-Marie Concepción and her hand-picked team of InDesign training associates have helped clients like the Mayo Clinic, Harvard Magazine, Wiley Publishing, Penn State University Press, HDR, American Bar Association, Loyola Press, McDonalds Corporation and Kaiser Permanente get the most out of InDesign for their publications, 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.