Teachers and Faculty
Teach Print and Digital Design Skills to Give Your Students a Competitive Advantage
Did You Know?
QuarkXPress® is designed to work closely with other applications, including common graphics and video programmes as well as Word, Excel and and the major components of Adobe Creative Suite.
Teach QuarkXPress and you’ll be training the most employable set of designers on the market. Here’s why you should incorporate QuarkXPress into your curriculum:
- It’s the easiest professional software for print and digital design to teach, use, and learn.
- Students have just one tool to learn for print and digital publishing. They spend no time learning complex technology and all of their time learning their craft
- Design and publish to the iPad®, e-books, smartphones, and the Web without having to learn to code.
Plus, when your students join the workforce, they become designers in a network of professionals who contribute to the broader publishing process, from copy editors, legal contributors, technical experts, partners, and others. See just some of the organizations that rely on Quark software.
By equipping them with design tools that let them drive collaborative workflows and automate steps in the publishing process, your students bring added value to their employers.
And, Quark education pricing makes owning QuarkXPress 9 easily affordable Find out if you qualify.
If you are eligible for education pricing, please note that only one copy of QuarkXPress can be bought per person. For institutions, we offer special education pricing for site licenses. Find out more
Swansea Metropolitan University
With a reputation for leading-edge courses tailored to the business world, students are learning collaborative techniques alongside print, Web and interactive design.
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Graphic Communication Department at California Polytechnic State University uses Quark Publishing System to help future writers, editors, and designers gain real-world experience collaborating with each other using advanced publishing technology in class.
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