(June 9, 2003) IPA announced its summer schedule of Webinars today, highlighting programs by industry veterans Don Hutcheson, Frank Romano and Barb Pellow. IPA will broadcast 13 Webinars over the next three months in the areas of color management, PDF, digital printing, designing for digital and fulfillment services.
Year to-date, over 1,800 graphic communication professionals have utilized IPA's state-of-the-art Web conferencing technology to help them achieve excellence in the areas of creative services, digital operations and digital output and distribution.
Don Hutcheson kicks off the summer Webinar series with Color Management in the Pressroom on June 10 and continues on June 18 with Converting From CMYK to an RGB Workflow. Later in the summer Frank Romano will present a 2-part series on Designing for Digital and Barb Pellow, chair of the School of Print Media at R.I.T., will share her experience and expertise in a series of educational programs on digital printing.
Previously broadcast IPA Webinars include both audio and visual presentations. Archived Webinars include such topics as selling creative services, integration of Mac OS X, the introduction of Acrobat 6.0, digital color proofing and other issues critical to graphic communication professionals. Archived Webinars are available for purchase at www.ipa.org/cd.
For pricing or to register for the summer Webinar series, go to www.ipa.org/webinars or call IPA at (800)255-8141.
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