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This course is an introduction to layout design and information organization in various single and multi-page layout formats using industry leading software. The student will learn how to plan a project, choose and edit images and text, use essential keyboard shortcuts and provide correctly composed files.

This course provides students an opportunity to advance their design skills by using digital image editing software as applied to the Macintosh computer. The course covers the implementation of basic creative options such as image creation and manipulation, color correction, and retouching through the use of layers and various selection methods.

This course provides an introduction to graphic design using the visual elements and principles of design, including visual communication utilization of symbols, knowledge of tools and layout procedures is provided. Studio fee required. Supply purchase required.

This course is an introduction to layout design and information organization in various single and multi-page layout formats using industry leading software. The student will learn how to plan a project, choose and edit images and text, use essential keyboard shortcuts and provide correctly composed files.

This course provides an introduction to graphic design using the visual elements and principles of design, including visual communication utilization of symbols, knowledge of tools and layout procedures is provided. Studio fee required. Supply purchase required.
This course explores the components, terminology, features, and web pages utilizing Dreamweaver as the layout vehicle. Through hands-on lectures, demonstrations, and projects, the student will learn the essential techniques and functions of the program while understanding some of the more complex issues that web designers face when using this software.
This course explores the components, terminology, features, and web pages utilizing Dreamweaver as the layout vehicle. Through hands-on lectures, demonstrations, and projects, the student will learn the essential techniques and functions of the program while understanding some of the more complex issues that web designers face when using this software.
This course is an introduction to layout design and information organization in various single and multi-page layout formats using industry leading software. The student will learn how to plan a project, choose and edit images and text, use essential keyboard shortcuts and provide correctly composed files.
This course provides students an opportunity to advance their design skills by using digital image editing software as applied to the Macintosh computer. The course covers the implementation of basic creative options such as image creation and manipulation, color correction, and retouching through the use of layers and various selection methods.
This course provides an introduction to graphic design using the visual elements and principles of design, including visual communication utilization of symbols, knowledge of tools and layout procedures is provided. Studio fee required. Supply purchase required.
Students will learn how to design and create productions for kiosk, gaming, portfolio, projection, interactive locational mapping and interactive 2-D web sites. The class will cover aspects of production development, as well as the technical details of creating, organizing, and formatting content for production. Students will also learn different methods for displaying a presentation including presentation projectors, Shockwave Player and web site access.

This course provides an introduction to graphic design using the visual elements and principles of design, including visual communication utilization of symbols, knowledge of tools and layout procedures is provided. Studio fee required. Supply purchase required.

The student will start with web graphics and web layout and learn to make backgrounds, buttons, and banners to use on their pages. A special emphasis will be placed on interactivity design and page layout, the proper use of typography and images for delivery on the Internet. The student will be introduced to the most recent applications for web page production and editing and a consideration of various platforms for designing web pages. More complex problems of web architecture and planning, FTP and web site maintenance will be used to develop a professional web site. By the end of the course, the student will have completed an entire web site which they can put on the World Wide Web.
This course explores the components, terminology, features, and web pages utilizing Dreamweaver as the layout vehicle. Through hands-on lectures, demonstrations, and projects, the student will learn the essential techniques and functions of the program while understanding some of the more complex issues that web designers face when using this software.

This course is an introduction to layout design and information organization in various single and multi-page layout formats using industry leading software. The student will learn how to plan a project, choose and edit images and text, use essential keyboard shortcuts and provide correctly composed files.