Find out what’s new, how features get added, how you can make suggestions, and the 411 on the guy that keeps the change database current
It’s December. Time for a look at what’s new and what’s changed in the latest version of InDesign. But as a mature program, don’t expect a plethora of ground-breaking additions. But there are a few updates and this presentation will describe them. Plus this year, we’re also going to take a look at what’s changed in those two InDesign plug-ins called Illustrator and Photoshop.
But there’s more.
Our presenter, James Wamser, has kept track of every addition and every change to InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop since each of those programs were twinkles in the creators’ eyes. Can you imagine? He will take us back in time to how he got started and how he keeps track of all this information. He will also let you know how you can get FREE copies of the New Features Guides that catalog all the updates to the three programs.
James will also let you know how you can submit ideas for new features to Adobe engineers and how you can become part of the team that Beta tests new features. Don’t know a Beta test from an Alpha test? James will explain it to you. Finally, he will gaze into the crystal ball and offer his take on what we might expect for InDesign 2024 and beyond.