An Introduction to InDesign Interactive Elements – Thursday, March 25, 2021

Description: Interactive is the new black. Gone are the days of static documents and stale PDFs. Our companies and clients want more, and they’re beginning to expect it. Marketing materials today are often digitally based, so why not take it to the next level? If you’re looking to learn the basics of utilizing some of the many interactive capabilities found in Adobe InDesign, this program is for you. Our presenter guides you through step-by-step tutorials on elements such as hyperlinks, bookmarks, tables of contents, forms, and buttons. While the extent of InDesign’s interactive capabilities is far too large to cover in one session, the goal is for attendees to be equipped to begin exploring the possibilities for utilizing interactivity in their marketing materials. 

Learning Objectives: During the program, attendees will learn to set up their interactive work space; learn the basics of elements like hyperlinks, bookmarks, tables of contents, forms, and buttons; and learn how to publish documents as interactive PDFs.

Course Length:  1.0 hour | Date: Thursday, March 25, 2021 | Time: 12:30pm CST

**Program Link Provided in Eventbrite Confirmation. | https://www.eventbrite.com/e/an-introduction-to-indesign-interactive-elements-tickets-146635555895

Published by Dallas Society for Design Administration

We are an elite organization that advances management and administrative professionals in the A/E/C industry through education, networking, and resources. SDA Membership provides: Career/Industry Credibility A “home” for administrative leaders Access to the greater A/E/C Community Increased profession and industry passion Advancing A/E/C Firms from Within For over 60 years, the SDA has been providing accredited education, best management practices, and training on professional standards to help design firm personnel grow professionally. Our membership stretches across the United States and Canada and is composed of personnel in the architecture, engineering, construction, landscape, and interior design professions.

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