A 5-lesson video course designed to help you learn the basics you need to get started creating with InDesign.

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It’s easier than you think to make graphics for your blog with InDesign.

One of the things that not a lot of people realize is that you really only need to learn some basics to use InDesign effectively. This 5-lesson mini course is designed to take you through the basics of the program to help you get a good foundation for creating many different projects for your blog.

With the tools in this course, you’ll be able to create projects like:

  • Blog Post Graphics
  • Checklists
  • Worksheets
  • Promotional Graphics
  • And much more!

In this course, you’ll get familiar with the program, learn some simple tools, palettes and shortcuts, and there will be a project walkthrough in the last video to show you how to put some of those tools and features to use.

Here is a list of lessons that are included:

Lesson 1 – Getting Familiar with the Work Area

Opening up InDesign for the first time can be overwhelming, but I promise it’s not nearly as scary as it looks once you break it down into its basics sections. We’ll walk through the 5 basic sections in this video.

Lesson 2 – Basic Tools and Palettes

I’ll take you through the handful of tools and palettes you need to know to be able to work with lots of different projects.

Lesson 3 – The Control Palette and Pasteboard

In this video I’ll show you two of the most useful InDesign features that can really help you as you work on projects.

Lesson 4 – Basic Functions and Shortcuts

InDesign is loved for its time-savers, and in this video I’ll go through a few of them that can help you really speed things along.

Lesson 5 – Creating Your First Project

We’ll walk through a project and show you some of these tools and features we’ve learned in action.

InDesign does not have to be intimidating.

By just learning some basics, you can start using this pro software to create professional looking projects for your blog.

Ready to get started creating with InDesign?

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