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Photoshop, Illustrator, & InDesign: The Tools of Digital Design & Production w/ Visiting Artist Brendan McBryan #1243
Want to make your digital art and design projects run smoothly and efficiently? Choosing the best software for the job is vital! This class will take the mystery out of current design and artistic production software by providing a helpful overview of the Adobe Design Suite Applications: InDesign, Photoshop, & Illustrator. The class will delve into the use of each of these programs. Students will learn which application to choose when embarking on a design project and how all three work together. The goal of this class is to allow artists of any type to understand and manage their digital & printed content—a useful endeavor in both the visual arts and business! Prerequisite: Basic computer skills. Note: The Hui’s Media Lab has Mac computers, but you are welcome to bring your own computer with design software already installed for use in class.Class Schedule & Tuition
Day & Duration: Thursday & Friday, 2 days
March 3 & 4 / 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Brendan McBryan
Location: Media Lab
Tuition: Early Registration price, $58 ($73 nonmember) / After December 15th, $65 ($82 nonmember)
Brendan McBryan earned a BS in Industrial Design from Georgia Institute of Technology and has expert level knowledge of Adobe production software, having worked in the design and print production industry for fifteen years. He has designed, created, and produced a variety of materials, including book length documents, logos, way-finding signage, flyers, websites, technical drawings, and identity elements.