The InDesign Conference to Cover CS3 Topics at New York Conference
Press release from the issuing company
Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 30, 2007, Barrycon Productions, an independent event organizer for Adobe products and producer of The Creative Suite and The InDesign Conference, today announced that The InDesign Conference will be held in New York City, June 4-8, 2007, at the Fashion Institute of Technology conference center. The InDesign Conference will feature 18 leading InDesign instructors presenting over 40 sessions, including in-depth sessions on both Adobe InDesign CS2 and the newly released InDesign CS3. In addition, attendees can sign up for full-day “Quick Start” courses on June 4, a full-day tutorial on Mastering the Adobe Creative Suite on June 8 and four additional half-day tutorials throughout the conference.
“Barrycon Productions is dedicated to providing up-to-the minute, cutting edge information on the Adobe design tools that assist users in creating high-quality work. The InDesign Conference will not only provide attendees with the latest InDesign CS2 techniques and shortcuts to streamline their workflow, but additional courses on of the newly released InDesign CS3. Anyone who uses InDesign on a daily basis will benefit from attending the conference. Also, a variety of registration options are available to assist attendees in customizing The InDesign Conference to fit their learning needs,” said Barry Anderson, conference founder and organizer.
Eighteen internationally renowned instructors such as David Blatner, Sandee Cohen, Claudia McCue, and Anne-Marie Concepción will deliver over 40 sessions covering material such as handling images, streamlining workflow and managing output quality. The event will also include special overviews and in-depth training on InDesign CS3. The full day course on Mastering the Adobe Suite will offer tips and tricks for optimizing the full Creative Suite and the additional half-day paid tutorials will discuss Flash, Java-scripting, XML workflows and the essentials of Acrobat PDF’s. In addition, the Quick Start courses will cover InDesign Essentials and the InCopy/InDesign Workflow.
Intended for graphic designers and web developers ranging from beginner to expert levels, The InDesign Conference offers a variety of options that allow attendees to choose which days and sessions meet their precise training needs. The InDesign Conference ranges from tutorial and day passes to a Platinum Pass that includes all tracks and tutorials scheduled for June 5-7. Platinum attendees will also receive a one-year subscription to InDesign Magazine and a special pass to an evening networking activity, taking place on Wednesday, June 6, 2007. Laptop rentals are available for traveling attendees.
For more information on The InDesign Conference or Barrycon Productions, visit, www.idconference.com or call toll free at 866-518-7200, outside the U.S. at 00-1-612-396-7200.
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