Introduction to Design Basics with the Adobe Creative Cloud
This online course features the following types of interaction:
- Live meetings
- Live critiques
Discover the synergy between Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign with course work based on a real-life project. Each program is approached as a specialized tool: Illustrator for digital illustrations and web graphics; Photoshop for editing images and creating special effects for web, broadcast, or print design; InDesign as a desktop application. Also reviewed are the challenges of producing best practice formatting solutions for seamless integration of graphics creation and desktop publishing applications, and the protocol for saving work from Macs to PCs.
This class meets virtually at specific days and times via the Zoom platform. Registered students have free access to the Creative Cloud software.
Jason Fairchild is an artist and graphic designer who began his career as a commercial printer in the late 1980s. In the mid 90s, he transitioned from printing to graphic design, eventually becoming senior designer of Hobbamock Design. He is currently staff designer and pre-press manager of Recycled Paper Printing, Inc.
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