Minneapolis, Minnesota-- July 26, 2007-- Barrycon Productions, an independent event organizer for Adobe products and producer of the Creative Suite, InDesign, Vector and Pixel conferences, today announced that conference registrations for the InDesign Conference in Melbourne, Australia is quickly nearing sellout levels. Scheduled for August 30-31, 2007 at RMIT International Centre of Graphic Technology, The InDesign Conference in Melbourne is a two-day event with two tracks, allowing attendees to create their own schedule.
The InDesign Conference will feature InDesign experts from Australia and abroad including Sandee Cohen, Fraser Crozier, Noha Edell, Eliot Harper, David Harradine, Cari Jansen, Kevin Kayani, Mike McHugh, Shane Stanley and Michael Stoddart. In conjunction to the event, a one-day pre-conference session will be held on August 29. Titled "Mastering the Adobe Creative Suite" the class will be taught by international expert Sandee Cohen. The course will discuss how users can work more productively by unifying workflow between Adobe applications.
“We are dedicated to providing excellence in training that helps InDesign users create high quality products while working more efficiently,” aid Barry Anderson, The InDesign Conference founder and organizer. “In addition, we will provide attendees with the latest CS3 techniques and shortcuts for Adobe’s most recently release software suite,”
Both one and two day passes as well as a pre-conference pass are available for The InDesign Conference. As part of registration, all conference attendees will get a pass to the Desktop Magazine’s Create Awards ceremony, scheduled for Friday, August 31 at 7:30 PM in the Forum Theater. In addition, attendees of the conference will receive a conference binder that includes all of the notes for all of the sessions. Also, all session content will be available on DVD and CD for purchase to ensure attendees receive all session curricula, regardless of which sessions they attended.
Sponsors of the event include Adobe Systems Inc., Adstream, Aquent, Creative Folks, Creativepro.com, DES, Desktop Magazine, dubsat, Enfocus, Fuji Xerox Austrailia, InDesign Magazine, i.t.i.p. GmbH, Kayell Australia, GMG Color, RMIT University and International Centre of Graphic Technology and Advanced Websend Systems.
For more information on The InDesign Conference or Barrycon Productions, visit, www.idconference.com.au or call toll free at 866-518-7200, outside the U.S. at 00-1-612-396-7200.
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