lynda.com authors David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción launch InDesign events

Published by | Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

lynda.com authors David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción have lauched a new InDesign conference and seminar series, InDesignSecretsLive. Their website, InDesignSecrets.com, has become such a wildly popular web resource for InDesign users that they are now taking the show on the road.

In addition to Anne-Marie and David, you may recognize other lynda.com authors who are slated to speak at InDesignSecretsLive events: Mordy Golding,  Michael Ninness, and Colin Fleming. Check out the conference and seminar dates on the site. lynda.com is happy to be a sponsor of InDesignSecretsLive.

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3 Responses to “lynda.com authors David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción launch InDesign events”

  1. is this for beginners or what sort of standard of proficiency do you have to be? to be able to understand these secrets

  2. Thanks! We’re THRILLED to be doing these seminars and our first conference! It’s kind of like the kids running the party for the first time. ;-)

    If you’re a member of an InDesign user group, check w/your group leader for your special discount code (it applies on top of the early bird discount for any seminar or the conf.).

    Feel free to email us at info [at] indesignsecrets.com with questions, or better, subscribe to our InDesignSecretsLive mailing list so you’re the first to find out about new cities, discounts, speakers, etc.

    http://indesignsecretslive.com/subscribe.html

    AM

  3. @Murray: The conference and seminars are slightly different. For the conference: We’re having a full-day Get up to Speed with InDesign training class on the 12th. I’d recommend that for anyone who have been using InDesign for less than 6 months or so.

    For the seminars: I think anyone who has watched the lynda.com Essential Training title will be in good shape. That is, it’s for beginners, intermediate, and advanced users (but you’ll be lost if you’ve never used InDesign before).

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