What does it take to be a graphic designer? Design is a complex art that involves many different skills and tools, but by breaking down the core topics and software, Justin Seeley shows how you can get your start in the design world. First, he 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, Justin takes you into Photoshop, where he shows you how to creatively adjust, repair, and retouch the kinds of images you’ll use in design projects. Last, he visits InDesign 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?
This course is designed for those who have just basic computer knowledge and they want to become superb in Graphic Designing (Still/Animation) Industry.
You will have full command over the following tools at the end of the course:
It is the product of ADOBE, and is basically a painting tool in which we can design/change and make attractive logos, posters, brochures, Index pages of Website and pictures as well.
Corel Draw is a composing tool in which we can design/compose titles, brochures, visiting cards and leaflets as well. If we have command on line tool then we can design/change every thing.
This course is specially designed for URDU, ARABIC, PASHTO, ENGLISH typing and news paper page making.
One Word Layout
It basically creates news paper layout, lead Making, super lead Making, Magazine and Edition Designing.
- Graphic Techniques
- Inpage (URDU)
- Adobe Photoshop
- Color Mixing
- Designing Visiting Cards
- Designing Invitation/Event cards
- Designing Brochure, Letter Pad
- Magazine Designing
- Newspaper Layouts