Forbes.com recently published an article that outlined several ways you can advance your career. At the top of the list was: learning graphic design.
Expertise in graphic design—whether it’s using Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator or another platform—is becoming a highly sought-after skill for many types of positions, from editorial roles to social media management gigs.
It’s no wonder that InDesign skills are highly sought after and valued, InDesign isn’t just for print books. InDesign’s powerful technology can be used as the foundation to create books, magazines, posters, and brochures, but also to bring them into the digital realm:
- Interactive PDFs
- Fixed-layout and Reflowable EPUBs
- Web-based HTML5 and CSS3 publications
- Interactive tablet apps
With the recent release of Creative Cloud 2015, InDesign CC 2015 is even more powerful. Some of the new features include:
- Publish Online (export directly to a web site)
- Graphic frames in tables
- Paragraph shading
- CC Libraries with styles and linked assets
Forward-thinking brands are considering not just how user experience, interactivity and elegant page design (both on and off screen) affect their bottom line, they are learning the skills necessary to implement these changes in their business.
If you want to learn how to improve your InDesign skills, join us at The InDesign Conference, November 16–18, 2015. Discover what industry experts and members of the Adobe development team suggest you know to power up your on-the-job InDesign skills.
We’ll have more details on each session soon. Until then, view the complete schedule for the InDesign Conference, learn about our speakers, or sign up to get the latest InDesign Conference news delivered to you via email.