Los Angeles InDesign User Group

Production Efficiency

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Santa Monica Library Auditorium, 601 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica, California 90401

 

 

Event Details

 

The speaker for September is Jonathan Levit whose topic will be "Production Efficiency." He will discuss tips and procedures to make you more efficient in your document production process. Topics include (but are not limited to) proper and advanced usage of Master Pages, Paragraph and Character Style implementation, Nested Styles, Object Styles, Table of Contents, and Libraries, He will also discuss Find and Replace (for cleaning text). Bring your questions. Open discussion and questions are encouraged.

 

Jonathan Levit has been working in the desktop publishing for 23 years. After working for Quark, Inc in tech support, he went on to their training team and eventually helped build their evangelism team as the product expert for QuarkImmedia. After leaving Quark, he continued as a QuarkXPress trainer and consultant. Eventually, Jonathan personally migrated completely to InDesign and hasn't looked back. He continues to train users in InDesign as well as privately consulting for clients as a trainer and has been instrumental in improving production workflows and efficiencies for many major corporate clients, advertising agencies and media companies.

 

 

Adobe MAX

 

In addition to Jonathan's presentation, look for a short advance look at Adobe MAX which will take place October 23-27 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.

 

 

Photolibrary

 

We want to think Melissa Rhodes and Photolibrary (www.photolibrary.com) who will be providing snacks, a gift raffle and details on their discount for IDUG members. Melissa will lead off our meeting with a brief overview of her company's services and how they plan to serve us in the future. The Photolibrary Group represents the world’s leading stock brands and the finest photographers from around the world, bringing memorable content to the creative communities in Europe, America, Asia, and the Pacific. They provide customers with access to over 7 million images and hundreds of hours of footage and full composition music.

 

 

 

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