The InDesign Conference

The InDesign ConferenceI thought I’d take this opportunity to let everyone know about a fantastic conference coming up on November 3-5 in Seattle Washington. The InDesign Conference is shaping up to be a great opportunity for beginner and advanced InDesign and InCopy users! There will be many great speakers presenting at this years conference covering topics including InDesign, InCopy, Workflow, GREP, EPUB, DPS, and much more!

I’ll be presenting a session titled InCopy Quickstart and FAQ where I’ll provide a run-through of the InCopy workflow and answer questions from audience members about InCopy and all things related. So if you or someone in your organization is trying to wrap their head around the InCopy workflow or is vexed by an existing problem, let them know about this great opportunity to learn and ask questions during the conference. The InCopy session itself is a short straight-to-the-point session but I’ll be around during the entire conference along with InCopy and InDesign gurus Anne-Marie Concepcion, David Blatner, and many others. So you can grab one of us during a break or when we are free and ask away! We’d be delighted to answer any questions you might have.

The InDesign Conference is located in Seattle Washington this year and I can’t think of a better place to hang out with friendly, like-minded people and discuss different workflows and solutions to problems. I love hearing how people have solved problems in their own workflows. By the way, if you use code IDCCHLS, you’ll get a $50 discount off of the total conference cost!

So convince your boss to send you this year and if you are the boss, then head out to Seattle on November 3-5. We’d love to see you there!

2 Responses to “The InDesign Conference”

  1. Marlene says:

    Is anyone using InCopy doing so in an academic journal publishing world? I’m looking to move into this software for the monthly publication entitled CORROSION. If anyone is using this software in a similar context, I’d appreciate some feedback. And if possible, would you be willing to speak with me about getting it up and running?

  2. Chad Chelius Chad Chelius says:

    Hi Marlene,

    InCopy would be a great tool for this type of publication. Especially if you need to work collaboratively with other users throughout the production of the journal. You might find the Adobe forums to be a good resource about specific questions you might have or feel free to e-mail us off-line about your specific needs. Our info can be found in the About Us section at the top of the web site.

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