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by Ron Kurtus

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October 14, 2014


I absolutely love your sites mission, it's always refreshing to see such passion for facilitating learning. I was curious if you still regularly update the indesign resource list found here If so I have a resource visitors to your site should find useful.

I work with who provides both classroom and online training courses for Indesign as well as photoshop and web design. If it would be possible to get a link posted on your resources page or you need anymore information please let me know! Looking forward to hearing from you!

Best Regards,

Owen - USA




Thanks for the comments and suggested resource. I added a link to AGI Training from the InDesign Resources page.

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