InDesign Training Classes


InDesign Courses

Workflow-oriented customized training and consulting for organizations and professionals with real world jobs, real world goals, and real world thinking.

From a Satisfied Client:

Very thorough!…[Pariah] clearly knows a ton about the whole world of eBooks. The InDesign work will help me produce my first eBook with the “enhanced” features that I didn’t know how to do.

— Tali Edut, Astrostyle

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Creative and Easy PDF eForm Design for Designers

Create PDF eforms as stylish as you can imagine easily and with almost no time spent working directly in Acrobat.

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite

Digital Publishing to iPad & Other Tablets. This complete and completely hands-on training course will take your publishing team hands-on with digital publication creation from Adobe InDesign and the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. You will learn to incorporate digital publishing into your existing print publishing workflow, and to deploy and track the adoption of your…

InDesign to ePUB: Converting Print Books to eBooks

This focused course is for those already working in print publishing and need to incorporate epublishing into the workflow. You will learn not only how to create new ePUB ebooks but also how to convert your existing print publications to ebook, all while using your actual publications and assets rather than some arbitrary "exercise files."

Advanced eBooks: Fixed Layout eBooks from InDesign

You will learn the process and techniques of creating fully illustrated (full-page image) picture books and children's books using industry standard desktop layout software Adobe InDesign. We'll also use Photoshop to prepare images for publication. (Open this page for examples of fixed layout, fully illustrated picture and children's books.)

Advanced eBook Design

The best, most stylish, most interesting ebooks (ePUB, Mobi, iBooks, Kindle, more) are not those that use the default formatting and styling exported by InDesign, QuarkXPress, Pages, Word, or another program. The ebooks that people respond to most use different fonts, colored text, dropcaps, headings and subheads, embedded video, improved typography, and other enhancements we'll cover in this deep dive into ebook design.