for Digital Graphics Designers
The smarter way to enhance your digital art skills.
Suitable for today digital art-workers
45,000+ Learners accomplished
About this course
This step by step compressive course is aimed for people who are interested in creating new design and who want to be professional in preparing pamphlets, flyers, design artworks, and creating book publishing.
Step-by-step project-based lessons show the key techniques for working in Photoshop CS5 and Illustrator CS5.
Learners should have some ICT skills in order to learn this training course.
- Using Computers & ICT literacy
Who is this course for?
The professional artworker seeking the fastest, easiest, most comprehensive way to learn Adobe Photoshop CS5 and Adobe Illustrator CS5 should attend this class.
What will you learn?
In Photoshop CS5
- Learning the key elements of the Photoshop interface
- How to edit images with precise selection control
- How to correct a wide range of lens-based errors
- How to interactively transform their images with the new Puppet Wrap tool
- How to easily remove or replace image elements with the new Content-Aware Fill made
- How to create new powerful painting effects to artistically enhance images
- How to combine multiple exposures in to a single HDR image
In Illustrator CS5
- Learning the key elements of the Illustrator Interface
- How to create vector artwork for virtually any project and across multiple media: print, websites, interactive projects, and video
- How to integrate their artwork with Adobe Flash movies, Adobe in Design layouts, and Adobe Flash Catalyst software to add interaction to their designs
- How to user new perspective drawing tools, variable-width watercolor strokes, multiple art-boards with video-specific presets, the new realistic Bristle brush and Shape Builder tool, and the ability to maintain consistent raster effects across media
Values & Benefit
- Designing graphics to create marketing kits
- Line art drawing
- Photo editing & retouching
8 hours per week
100% hands-on practical
Monday to Thursday
(2 hours per day)
Saturday and Sunday
(4 hours per day)