Adobe InDesign is THE go-to program for designers who want to be noticed when creating material for print – books, documents, folders, files, magazines and more. The program supplies millions of free images, thousands of font styles, amazing editing features and leaves the viewer of the final product in no doubt as to the professionalism of the result. It’s a wow program and one that needs to be experienced to be believed. But just as with so many other extraordinary creative suite programs produced by Adobe, many of the features and characteristics of InDesign go unnoticed because most students of creativity, learn just what they need for a particular project and then no more until the next challenging project comes along.

This is all well and good but it’s a little like a mechanic who only knows how to fix things as problems arise. You wouldn’t trust them with your engine overhaul because s/he doesn’t have enough knowledge and experience to take charge of the job. And so it is with those who know just enough of InDesign to produce jobs as they go along, but don’t know enough to take on a major project.

When you enrol in the Adobe InDesign courses, you can rest assured that the teachers who instruct you are at the top of the game. They are certified experts who know all of the ins and outs of InDesign and how best to make it your personal Excalibur. You will be guided and advised in the program’s most intricate of details and features. You will learn at your own pace and know that the mentorship you have been provided with is of the highest standard available.

When a job vacancy is posted in the creative industry there can be hundreds of applicants. Many of these consider themselves to be experts because they have sat tirelessly in front of YouTube tutorial videos in the hop of familiarising themselves with the program. All of these applicants are enthusiastic, talented and creative individuals. If you were the employer, how would you know who to choose? Obviously you would want the best candidate for your workplace. So how do you know the difference? For a start, those with professional training credentials would go to the top of the short-list.That’s why it’s worth learning InDesign for real.

There comes a time in your life when being average just won’t cut it anymore. There comes a time when you have to decide whether or not your future deserves serious professional input. This is the time to take advantage of the industry’s best insider expert courses. Academy Class has been guiding Adobe Creative Suite leaders for years. They know the score better than anyone. They know that those who come to them to learn to be the best, deserve all the help and guidance they can get. When you enrol in an InDesign course with Academy Class you will go from being an average Joe to expert pro.

There’s never been a better time to take control and finally create the future you deserve.

P.S. Speed up your workflow with 8 InDesign Tips & Tricks [Infographic].