Registration for Graphic Design
Registration for Graphic Design
This Graphic Design course is suitable for anyone interested in or already working in this field or simply want to learn deeper into creative graphic design.
Are you interested in graphic design, but unsure whether the graphic design is for you or not? The road to becoming a graphic designer generally requires a few essential skills and knowledge of desktop publishing software, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and a good familiarity of design principles, typography and medium where content will be displayed.
This Graphic Design course explains everything about graphic designing and how can you break into this thrilling industry of graphic design. Learn the fundamental elements of graphic design and the basic techniques in Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator required to create vector graphics, animation, games, and rich Internet applications. On top of this, learn to design logos, marketing collateral and flyers that companies need to advertise their products.
Graphic Design Basics
In this module, you will learn all about the Basics of Graphic Design.
Elements of Design: Line, shape, Forms, space, colors etc.
Foundations of Design: It will help you to build a strong foundation in understanding designs and will give you the ability to use colour, shape, lines, spaces, mass, and texture to deliver your message through designs. It will also help to bring order and structure in your designs.
Principles of Design: Unity- Harmony, Balance, Hierarchy, Scale/Proportion, Dominance/Emphasis, Similarity & Contrast.
Mediums of Design: Design is completely dependent upon where media is consumed at. Print designs usually have very limited CMYK color schema while digital mediums have very wide color range. New digital mediums also create a challenge as consumption screens can vary from miniature to extremely large video billboards. In this course, you will be equipped with techniques that will focus on reusability of design on all mediums.
- Elements of Design
- Fundamentals of Design
- Principles of Design
- Different Mediums of design
Digital Design Tools (Hands-on Illustrator & Photoshop)
In this module, you will learn all about the standard features of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator.
Photoshop Module: You will learn all about Adobe Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop was first introduced to the world in the early nineties. It was very well received by the designers and the creative community. Designers for the first time were able to do professional editing at very low costs and the without the need of buying any additional equipment. It was embraced by the industry very quickly and within a short period of time, became the industry standard. The features and the applications of this software are very wide ranging and our focus in these lessons will be to cover those features of Adobe Photoshop.
- Color Calibration
- Photo Cropping & Manipulation
- Smart Filters
- Blend Modes
- Content Aware tools
- Shadow/Highlights adjustment
- Export tools
Illustrator Module: Build your artwork with simple shapes. Draw simple vector shapes and edit them with easy-to-use controls. Live Shapes are always editable, so you can keep refining with no loss in quality. Following tools will be introduced to create professional designs:
Responsive Web Designing with Adaptable Grid System
In this module, you will learn all about the layout Design for different screen and how one design can be adapted to fit in different screen-sizes using CSS, Bootstrap Grid System and Media Queries.
Understanding basics of web design such of simple HTML codes to create Menus, links, headings.
You will learn how to stylize the website using CSS positioning. Furthermore, you will learn about the CSS selector, property, value, and three places to apply a CSS rule: Inline, Embedded, and External.
Since screen sizes are changing rapidly, the idea of adaptable layout has become a necessity. You will be introduced to various techniques that are used such as Bootstrap Grid System and Media Queries
- Introduction to HTML and CSS
- Introduction to Bootstrap Grid and Media Queries
- How to make one design adapt to multiple screen size