Graphics Design – Basic & Advance
Students learn and apply fundamentals of various software applications
(such as Illustrator and Photoshop), web design, image editing, drawing and graphic advertising
and marketing projects coordinate technical skills with organization, management,
communication, ethics and hardwork.
Students will be given challenging real world projects and
assignments typical of the graphic design industry. High quality work is expected and students
will be given opportunities to redo work until it meets standards specified during instruction.
Classroom activities will include reading, research, projects, and problem solving.
|Module 1:||Introducing Visual Design|
|Module 2:||Graphic Attributes|
|Module 4:||Typography Attributes|
|Module 5:||Visual Grammar Guidelines|
|Module 6:||Page Layouts|
|Module 8:||Graphs and Charts|
|Module 9:||Simplified Drawings|
|Module 12:||Text Procedures|
|Module 13:||Icons and Visual Symbols|
|Module 14:||Screen Captures|
|Module 15:||Graphics on online Documents|
- English speaking and no other requirement
1. Graphic designer
Graphic designers develop graphics and layouts for product illustrations, company logos, websites and more. This job title can cover a huge range of duties in a huge range of industries.
2. Creative director
Creative directors determine the creative vision of a project. They make sure the overall aesthetic and cohesive look stays on track by leading their team through the steps to create something, whether that is a tangible product like a video game, film, magazine or something more abstract like an advertising campaign or brand identity.
3. User experience (UX) designer
UX designers work to make products, processes and services seamless, enjoyable and intuitive for users. They think about how the product feels, how users will use it. They ensure the product flows from one step to the next. UX designers might run user tests, refining any bumps or confusions in the process. This career involves tons of out-of-the-box thinking, creative intuition and a natural appreciation for smooth design.
4. User interface (UI) designer
UI design is often considered a subset of UX design and has similar overall goals. User interface designers focus on how the product is laid out. They design each screen and each page, ensuring that the layout visually works with the overall path a UX designer has charted.
5. Production artist
Production artists take over the hands-on steps of production—whether that’s in graphics, film, art or other formats. They upload and ensure the accuracy of design files throughout the last stages of development. The job is equal parts design and computer applications skill.
6. Product developer
Product developers ideate, lead and manage the creation of products. They can work on so many different things that their job duties will vary widely, but general tasks include performing industry research, creating illustrations, presenting the product to employers or stakeholders and contributing to the development process.
7. Art director
Art directors take charge of the visual style and content in magazines, newspapers, product packaging and movie and television productions. They create design and direct other artists to develop each contributing piece. They work closely with their employers or clients to cast an artistic vision that meets objectives, the available budget and desired impact.
8. Marketing specialist
Marketing specialists collect and analyze data on target customers, initiate marketing campaigns, measure effectiveness of marketing attempts and create strategies to promote their company and its goods or services.
9. Multimedia artist or animator
Multimedia artists and animators design complex graphics and animation using computer animation or modeling programs. They think about story development, visual impact and platforms to create media content that will meet their employer’s objectives. More brands and organizations are looking to increase their online video presence—and that’s been a boon for graphic designers with animation and motion graphics skills.
While it’s not a unique design job in its own right, but most of the job titles mentioned above can be performed as a freelancer. Designers who have some experience on their resume, a stunning portfolio of work or expertise in niche areas of design, marketing and graphics could build a career finding freelance projects.
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