Program Fast Facts
||Priority Rate (two weeks before start date): $3,745
Standard Rate: $3,995
||Sep. 5, 2017
The following courses make up our Certificate in Graphic Design.
Graphic design is the visual expression of ideas. A graphic designers' 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. Learn more...
Adobe Acrobat's Portable Document Format (PDF) is the industry standard for exchanging electronic documents. Acrobat can maintain your page layout and prevent changes to documents, even when they are shared with others. Learn more...
Adobe Illustrator is the industry leading tool used to create professional vector graphics for print and web designs. Used by design professionals worldwide, Illustrator provides precise and powerful drawing tools and a host of time-savers for busy professionals. Learn more...
Adobe InDesign takes desktop publishing and design to another level. In this course, you'll learn to use the extraordinary power of InDesign to create multi-page documents and prepare them for print or export as a PDF. Learn more...
Adobe Photoshop is the industry standard for producing professional graphics and an essential tool for most design professionals, whether they work on digital or print images. In this course, you'll learn to retouch digital photos by cropping, sizing, and perfecting contrast, color balance, and many other tools. Learn more...
In this course, you'll experience the process used by professional freelancers and design firms to create professional quality graphic design pieces. You'll come to understand, in theory and practice, what makes good design - in form and space, in color fundamentals, in translating key messages into design, and in utilizing typography and images effectively. Learn more...
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