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Introduction to Graphic Design - Open Enrollment

This course is offered in a convenient online format.
Graphic design is the visual expression of ideas. A graphic designer's role is to translate, communicate - and sometimes advocate - by giving form to ideas. Though communication is often done digitally, graphic design is thriving since graphic designers are now needed for both print (flyers, brochures, etc.) and digital (web templates, digital billboards, banner ads, etc.) design. In this course, you'll learn the fundamental skills that all graphic designers use: layout, color theory, typography, imagery and more. You'll also learn about tools and processes used by professional graphic designers and an overview of preparing designs for online viewing and printing. This course provides the foundation every professional graphic designer needs whether interested in freelancing, working in an agency or becoming an in-house designer.   

Code:132JGR100A-O
Type:On Line
Dates:September 23 - October 2, 2013    Check for other dates
Meets:M, W from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, 4 Sessions
Instructor:Alyssa Galganov
Fee:$270  

You can receive discounts on this course by becoming a member of Graphic Design Certificate Program--Full Tuition or Graphic Design Certificate Program--Full Tuition or Fall Weekday Certificate Program in Graphic Design
Notes:This course requires a textbook (The Designer's Desktop Manual, 2nd edition). You will receive an additional email when textbooks are available to be picked up from the CAPE office.

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