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Adobe InDesign is a professional desktop publishing application you lets you create stunning page layouts, creative print media, e-books and other digital publications faster and more efficiently. InDesign is used to create things such as posters, brochures, flyers, magazines, newspapers, and even books. InDesign is a program that is commonly used by graphic designers and people in production; however, it’s also used by writers, publishers, and others who want to create their own material. Adobe InDesign makes this easy.

Course Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO):

  • Learners will learn that what Adobe InDesign is and how it can be used.
  • Learners will learn creating and viewing documents as well as navigating your workspace.
  • Learners will learn working with graphics and formatting objects and managing and transforming objects.
  • Learners will learn character and paragraph formatting and using styles.
  • Learners will learn Demonstrate packaging and printing with Adobe InDesign, Load and Interactive Documents.

Who should Attend:

  • Students and professionals who want to learn Graphic design
  • Diploma or Bachelor in media production or visual communication.
  • Those who want to improve career skill and career promotion.

Personal Impact:

  •  Will be a professional Editorial
  • Can be create multipage books and any newspapers printing areas
  •  Able to manage design client.
  •  Certified and skilled
  •  Enhancing career development.

Organizational Benefits:

  • Increase productivity
  • Works will be professional
  • New technology implementing
  • Time saving.
  • Increasing reputation.

Certificate and Professional Qualification:

TPI accomplished Certificate

Course Duration: 20 hour

Daily Outline:

Getting Start with InDesign

  •  Looking at the workspace
  • Working with panels
  •  Customizing the workspace
  •  Changing the magnification of a document
  • Navigating through a document
  • Using context menus
  •  Modifying Interface preferences
  •  Exploring on your own

Getting to Know InDesign

  •  Viewing guides
  • Preflighting as you work
  •  Adding text
  •  Working with styles
  • Working with graphics
  •  Working with objects
  •  Working with object styles
  • Viewing the document in Presentation mode
  •  Exploring on your own

Setting up a Document and Working with Pages

  • Creating and saving custom document settings
  • Creating a new document
  •  Switching between open InDesign documents
  • Working with master pages
  • Applying master pages to document pages
  •  Adding new document pages
  • Rearranging and deleting document pages
  • Changing the size of pages
  • Adding sections to change page numbering
  •  Overriding master page items on document pages and placing text and graphics.

Working with Objects

  •  Working with layers
  •  Creating and modifying text frames
  •  Creating and modifying graphics frames
  •  Adding metadata captions to graphics frames
  • Placing and linking graphics frames
  • Changing the shape of a frame
  •  Wrapping text around a graphic
  •  Modifying the shape of frames
  •  Transforming and aligning objects
  •  Selecting and modifying grouped objects
  • Creating a QR code
  • Finishing up

Working with Typography

  •  Adjusting vertical spacing
  • Changing fonts and type styles
  •  Fine-tuning columns
  • Changing paragraph alignment
  • Creating a drop cap
  •  Adjusting letter and word spacing
  •  Adjusting line breaks
  •  Setting tabs
  •  Adding a rule above a paragraph

Importing and Modifying Graphics

  •  Adding graphics from other programs
  •  Comparing vector and bitmap graphics
  • Managing links to imported files
  •  Updating revised graphics
  • Adjusting display quality

Printing and Exporting

  • Preflighting files
  • Packaging files
  •  Creating an Adobe PDF proof

Assessment Method:

Exams require candidates to engage in on-the-job types of problem-solving. Question types include multiple-choice single answer, multiple-choice multiple answer, drag-and-drop, fill-in-the-blank,simulations, and lab Exercises which is mapping the objectives of the course which will analyses the learners Indented Learning Outcome (ILO).

Job Role:

  • Graphic design.
  • Professional Art Director
  • Visual art director

Learning Path:

  •  Bachelor in Fine Arts -> Adobe InDesign ->Graphic designer, Editorial designer
  • Bachelor in Multimedia ->Adobe Illustrator ->Graphic designer, Art director, Editorial designer.
  •  Diploma in Graphics ->Adobe Illustrator ->Graphic designer, Editorial designer.
  •  Personal Interest -> Adobe Illustrator ->Editorial designer

Linked Programs:

  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe InDesign.

Course Prerequisites:

  • Basic design Skill and interest
  • Diploma or Bachelor in media production or visual communication.
  • Diploma or Bachelor in media in fine arts.

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