Design is a complex art that involves many different skills and tools, but by breaking down the core topics and software, this course will give you a start in the design world. First, covers theory, including high-level concepts like layout, typography, and color. Then it’s your chance to get hands-on, using Illustrator to build a custom logo from scratch and practice your vector-drawing techniques. Next, Photoshop, how to creatively adjust, repair, and retouch the kinds of images you’ll use in design projects. Last, In-Design for an overview of the layout and print preparation processes. By the end, you’ll have a better grasp of what graphic designers do and what you’ll need to learn next. It’s a great jumping off point for any graphic design career.
Who Should Attend?
Graphic designers are often in high demand at various institutions. Whosoever desires to pursue their careers in Graphic designing industry can join. After the successful completion of the course you can find suitable employment in private or public sectors at both large and small enterprises. Other than becoming a graphic designer, some possible job positions include layout editor or page designer for a newspaper or magazine, book cover designer, and marketing or creative director. With continued higher education, individuals can teach art and design at a college, university or school district.
- Digital Media in Art & Design
- Digital Image Creation and Development
- 3D Computer Modeling and Animation
- Multimedia Design