Don’t miss this opportunity to learn all the latest skills in Graphic Design. Sign up for the Adobe Illustrator Part I class, and you will learn how to make original web graphics, T-shirts designs, patterns, brochures, business cards and logos!
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Learn the latest industry standard techniques that make graphic design easy for everyone!
Click here to sign up for Adobe Illustrator Today! Classes begin on Feb 1st.
- Learn the tools to create effective logos
- Create beautiful seamless pattern design
- Paint realistic to stylistic digital drawings and paintings
- Discover the beauty of vector graphics for resolution independence (you will never have to worry about problems with pixelation again when you master the tools of Illustrator, especially the mighty Pen Tool!)
- Become an Adobe Certified Associate to land the creative career of your dreams!
It’s the last week to sign up for the next Adobe Illustrator class. It doesn’t matter which Part you sign up for. It’s the same course. This course will go into depth on how to create original logos, business card design, and much more to develop a quality graphic design portfolio. By the end of the course you will have your own website live online complete with your resume and professional displays of your work that is guaranteed to catch the eye of potential employers.
11/9/15 – 1/29/16
Monday – Friday
12:40 – 2:40 PM
This course introduces students to using the tools and workspace of Adobe Illustrator to create unique graphic art projects for print and the web. Students will gain knowledge of printing industry fundamentals, raster vs. vector art, color theory, logos, layouts and typography.
You will also receive Adobe Certification training in preparation for the official Adobe Certification test that you have the opportunity to take on ABC Adult School’s Cuesta Campus.
For more information, please call the Main Office at
(562) 926-6734 or visit ABC Adult School at http://www.abcadultschool.edu/
A great site with information about scaling, moving and rotating your pattern after applying a pattern swatch to a shape.