Intuitive InDesign 1: A Setup To Work Faster Premium class

Peter Bone, Designer, Author, Teacher

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7 Videos (28m)
    • Introduction

    • Views & Navigation

    • Menus

    • Panels

    • Workspaces

    • Keyboard Shortcuts

    • Goodbye & Project


About This Class


Would you like to work more intuitively with InDesign? Thinking less, creating more? Working faster and smarter? That's what this short series of brief classes is about.

In the first class you'll learn some great shortcuts to have you working more effortlessly, and how to setup InDesign so that everything is there where you need it. In follow up classes we'll look in more detail at images, text and more. Enhance your use of InDesign with Intuitve InDesign!

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The information in this lesson is presented clearly and strategically. Thanks!
Peter's demeanor and the tone of his voice make him an ideal instructor for one-on-one learning. Even in a short class (this one is 28 minutes), he does not omit explanations of options that many less-detail-oriented people might have considered superfluous when trying to be concise. This is the first time I have viewed a class created by Peter Bone, but I feel confident that I could recommend any class he has made or makes in the future! Also, he actually does cover every feature needed to begin working in InDesign, without needing any disclaimers about software versions.
Great overview of inDesign. Thanks Peter!





Peter Bone

Designer, Author, Teacher

Peter Bone has worked in graphic design for over 20 years. During that time he has taught thousands of people to use Quark Xpress, Indesign, Illustrator and Photoshop – at every level from complete beginners through to experts in their field. He has taught designers, marketing people, creative directors, writers, editors, illustrators, fashion designers and photographers for companies as varied as the BBC, the British Museum, Condé Nast, Paul Smith, Price Waterhouse Coopers and The Designers Guild.