Adobe design products are used worldwide in the design and film industry. This course will focus on typical projects that you would encounter as a professional. We will design projects such as logos, magazine pages, signs, menus, product packaging, ads, and more. You will learn beginning and intermediate techniques by watching short training videos and practicing the taught techniques. There will also be demonstrations, lectures, and videos from different sources to instruct and inspire your learning. Basic design principles will be discussed with each lesson. You must have experience with at least one of the following Adobe programs to take this class: Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator.
Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday, January 21-23, 2020.
Student Learning Objectives
The material taught in this class is based on the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) standards. Students in this program will seek to become a:
Student will recognize the rights and responsibilities of living, learning, and working in an interconnected digital world and practices safe, legal and ethical use of software and hardware.
Gather, locate, organize, analyze, evaluate and use information
Student uses a variety of technologies to create new, original, useful, and imaginative solutions. Student uses digital skills to produce creative products.
Student communicates clearly and creatively using platforms, tools, styles, formats, and digital media appropriately.
Student collaborate with others and works effectively in teams locally and globally.
Methods of Instruction
This is a hands-on course where students will be using computers every day. Most of the work is project-based with lectures, discussions, videos, and demonstrations.