Ana Henke

Expertise Detail Graphic design, illustration, pre-press production, eBook development
Office Location Regents Row (Roberts Building)
Office Phone 575-646-1174
FAX 575-646-2099
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Education B.A. Foreign Languages (Spanish), Minor: Art (Graphic Design), 1999
Awards Gold Award for Best Innovative Use of Communication Technology for development of eBook conversion process for Extension publications. Awarded by the Association for Communication Excellence.
Languages spoken Spanish


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Conference Poster Development workshop (video presentation)
Conference posters continue to be one of the most popular methods of sharing information about research and programs with colleagues in a variety of disciplines. Consequently, designing an attractive, well-organized, and informative conference poster is a necessary skill in today’s academic and professional worlds. With advances in technology, the way we create posters has changed significantly. This workshop will give you technical, design, content tips and copyright and fair use tips specific to posters, allowing you to develop effective, high-quality posters and enhancing your next poster presentation.
Converting Publications to eBooks, Step-by-Step
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to convert your publications into eBooks, this is the session for you! Over the past year, New Mexico State University has produced close to 100 eBooks based on existing Extension publications, and we’re pleased to share all we’ve learned about the process. To view a recorded session of this presentation, copy and paste this URL into your browser:

Powerpoint Presentations

Essential Graphics/Design Concepts for Non-Designers
This presentation focuses on understanding the importance of resolution, tips on scanning images properly, screen captures, image formats, bleeds, binding, linked vs. embedded images, how to organize your files, copyright basics and graphic design fundamentals. It is recommended for everyone interested in producing print projects correctly from the technical perspective. Beginners will go back to work with a good understanding of how to prepare documents for print. To view a recorded session of this presentation, copy and paste this URL into your browser:

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