Quark partners with lynda.com to provide training video in all QuarkXPress 7 boxes
Press release from the issuing company
DENVER - May 9, 2006 - Quark Inc. announced today that every QuarkXPress 7 product box will include a training video produced by lynda.com, the industry leader in video-based solutions. The video, Getting Started with QuarkXPress 7, consists of a set of training tutorials authored by Jay Nelson, author and editor of Design Tools Monthly, to provide a visual overview of the new features in QuarkXPress 7.
The training video educates QuarkXPress 7 users about the revolutionary features included in this powerful upgrade of the market-leading design and publishing software. QuarkXPress 7 combines more design features with collaboration, multi-channel publishing, and job-driven workflow capabilities to deliver simply faster creative development.
"Quark is providing the most effective form of in-the-box training to allow our customers to discover and start applying the new features of QuarkXPress 7 to their everyday page layout workflows," said Scott Allan, director of marketing for Quark. "Partnering with lynda.com to produce this video has enabled us to respond directly to customer requests to provide in-the-box training materials. We look forward to continuing to offer our customers this type of training in the future."
"We are thrilled that Quark looked to lynda.com to produce their first training video to accompany this significant upgrade of QuarkXPress," said Garo Green, COO of lynda.com. "Quark has introduced new and innovative features within QuarkXPress 7, and these videos do a great job of getting customers up to speed with those features quickly." In addition to English, the QuarkXPress 7 training video will be available in both French and German and will be included in all QuarkXPress 7 Passport boxes.
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