The aim of this course is to introduce participants to the use of Adobe InDesign for the fashion and textile industry. The software can be used to develop range books, promotional presentations, digital and print publications and marketing materials. Pre-requisites apply.
This course is designed for those currently working or planning to work within the fashion and textile industry who are seeking to update their software skills and those are wanting to learn Adobe In Design as a marketing and design package.
If you are travelling from out of state it is highly recommended that you wait for your course confirmation letter before booking any flights.
Participants in the Adobe InDesign Introduction course will need prior knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.
All relevant course materials are included.
Pen/pencil and notebook, USB Drive.
Participants will be emailed an RMIT Certificate of Participation after completion.
Janette Wotherspoon has been working and teaching in the Fashion and Textile industry for more than 20 years, initially teaching Design, Dressmaking and associated Clothing Industry programs at Melbourne Institute of Textiles where she also taught the CAD program, Primavision.
For the last 14 years Janette has been at RMIT University teaching Adobe software and other Computer Aided Design (CAD) related courses to Diploma, Degree and Masters programs within the School of Fashion and Textiles, as well as customised training for Industry, teaching design and administration staff at many of Melbourne’s well known Fashion and Textile companies.
Janette has recently undertaken Adobe Train the Trainer qualifications and is a registered member of the Adobe Education Exchange and campus leader in Adobe Software awareness training.
Janette continues to combine her passion for Fashion, Textiles, Craft and Visual art into her own art and design practice. Her work is focused on developing new design applications and techniques for fashion, textiles and accessories using original artwork and sustainable practice. She works in partnership with another printmaker to produce a range of screen printed fabrics and limited edition women’s fashion garments.