Graphic Design in Illustrator

D0-512
Adobe Illustrator is a program used by graphic designers to create vector images. These images can be typically used to create illustrations, charts, graphs, logos, diagrams, cartoons of real photographs, and more. Creating vector images allows you to create clean, beautiful works of art that can be scaled up and down infinitely without ever losing quality. This makes Adobe Illustrator a more ideal program for companies than other graphic design applications since they can create images and logos that can be small enough to be a tiny icon or large enough to appear on a billboard.
Course Description
Adobe Illustrator is a program used by graphic designers to create vector images. These images can be typically used to create illustrations, charts, graphs, logos, diagrams, cartoons of real photographs, and more. Creating vector images allows you to create clean, beautiful works of art that can be scaled up and down infinitely without ever losing quality. This makes Adobe Illustrator a more ideal program for companies than other graphic design applications since they can create images and logos that can be small enough to be a tiny icon or large enough to appear on a billboard.

 

Prerequisites
Introduction to Computers & Business Applications, Basic English, Reading & Writing Skills

 

Course Topics
  • Exploring & Customizing the Workspace
  • Drawing Basics
  • Transforming and Combining Objects
  • Working with Color
  • Working with Paths
  • Creating and Formatting Text
  • Painting with Fills and Strokes
  • Symbolism Tools and Sets
  • Creating Web Graphics
  • Creating and Using Brushes
  • Creating and Using Patterns
  • Transparency and Blending Modes
  • Creating and Using Meshes
  • Working with Images
  • Perspective Drawing
  • Type Styles and Effects
  • Creating Special Effects
  • Illustrating in The Real World
  • Art/Illustrators History
  • Printing
 

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