Packed with more than 40 hours of training in Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator, the Graphic Design Certification School presents a faster, smarter way to master the tools of the graphic design trade, all the while certifying your training in the process. It's on sale today for only $39—much less than the cost of enrolling in a traditional art program.
Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator are three of Adobe's most popular tools for creating powerful visual content, and this three-course collection walks you through using them all like a pro. Starting with Adobe Illustrator, you'll learn how experts leverage this tool to create captivating designs. By the end of the course, you'll be fully capable of creating special effects for both conventional printing as well as electronic publishing.
Next, you'll move on to Adobe InDesign, a complementary tool for both Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Taking a project-based approach, you'll learn how to design various forms of media, including fliers and newsletters, using graphics created in both Photoshop and Illustrator.
Lastly, the collection wraps up with a comprehensive look at Adobe Photoshop, the premier tool for creating and editing images. You'll explore everything from importing images all the way to final production considerations as you make your way through 17 hours of expert-led content. Complete the course, and you'll emerge with the skills required to produce quality, professional images.
While there are plenty of video tutorials and other online resources out there, the Graphic Design School stands a head above the others by rewarding you with a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certificate after completing each course. That way, you'll have a powerful bargaining chip to use when you apply for your first graphic design job.
The Graphic Design Certification School usually retails for $1,197, but you can get it today for only $39, saving more than 90% off the usual price.
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