Digital Tools for Fashion Design
Tower 306 (students may also attend remotely)
This course will provide a solid foundation in the digital skills used in the fashion industry to create the “fashion plates” that introduce a line or collection. Through hands-on projects, students learn how to use Photoshop and Illustrator to design presentation boards and fashion collections in flats.
This is the perfect class for fashion designers who would like to add technology skills to their tool set and for beginners who want an introduction to the fashion designing process. Software options for tablets and other mobile devices will be explored.
Note: This class will be offered on campus and fully remotely.
Students may select either option. If you plan to attend virtually, via zoom, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that is your preference.
Early registration is recommended for on-campus classes. Please check massart.edu (see link on the upper right corner of the page) for current COVID protocols. Indoor masking and vaccination (and booster if eligible) are required. Please complete this Vaccination Attestation before attempting to go to campus.
Digital Tools for Fashion Design is also being offered on another date and time. View Digital Tools for Fashion Design (EDFD262-01) for details.
Meg Young holds a BA in Art History from Emory University. She is Associate Director of Academic Computing at MassArt. Ms. Young has over 15 years of experience helping artists use technology to make art, and has exhibited at NorthEast SIGRAPH Annual Show, Fort Point Open Studios and CyberArts.