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With 12 courses and over 600 lessons, this training will help you begin or further a career in the increasingly lucrative field of digital design.
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There's never been a better time to work in graphic design. Companies large and small and spanning virtually every industry are always looking for talented and trained designers who can create everything from websites to eBrochures, and they're paying these artists handsomely for their services.

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With 12 courses and over 600 lessons led by industry pros, this training will help you begin or further a career in the increasingly lucrative field of digital design.

You'll learn how to professionally edit photos in Adobe Photoshop, create powerful advertising campaigns in Animate, build infographics in After Effects and much more—all through instruction that walks you through both the fundamentals and more advanced elements of these world-renowned programs.

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