Digital Design I
This course is designed to develop basic entry-level skills required for careers in the digital publishing industry. The content includes computer skills; digital publishing concepts and operations; layout, design, measurement activities; and digital imaging as well as communication, collaboration and decision-making activities; critical thinking; and problem solving.
Students begin to learning image manipulation through Adobe Photoshop for graphic design. It is an essential skill and resource in the industry. It is the standard digital tool used a wide variety of formats, from print to web to interactive design. Those looking to start a career in graphic design will need to learn Photoshop, but this is simply one step in the process of becoming a graphic designer. Learning Photoshop alone is not enough to become a graphic designer.
Aspiring designers need to gain graphic design skills, as well as a broad visual design skills beyond simply operating Photoshop. Hence the need for additional years of graphic design and learning multiple hardware & software tools used in the industry today.
Digital Design II
Digital Design III