Graphic Design


What You’ll Learn

Graphic design is such an important part of our visual world that you can see examples of it almost everywhere you look. Your daily newspaper or favorite magazine will have layout and visual content prepared by a Graphic Designer. Commercials, whether printed or multimedia, will have been through a graphic design phase. So will CD covers, logos, TV and movie credits, and user Interface Designs. The list goes on…..

  • Basic computer fundamentals & operations
  • Graphic concepts
  • Creating visual content to communicate information
  • The seven basic elements of graphic design (line, shape, color, texture, type, space and image).
  • Principles of design: contrast, balance, emphasis, proportion, hierarchy, repetition, rhythm, pattern, white space, movement, variety, and unity.
  • Print & Digitalmedia Designs
  • Nucleus of advertising design

Tools you will learn

You can make a career in

  • Advertising Agencies
  • Design houses
  • Architects
  • Digital Studios
  • Software Firms
  • Publishing Houses (newspaper, magazine, or book)
  • TV, Films and Multimedia industry
  • Education Industry
  • Health Industry
  • Service industry
  • Textile industry
  • manufacturing industry
  • and many other industries….

You can make a career as

  • Artist
  • Graphic Designer
  • Layout Artist
  • Typographer
  • Creative Artist
  • Illustrator
  • Logo Designer
  • Visualizer
  • Image Editor
  • Print Co-ordinator