The basic aspect of graphic designing is to create a visual concept using advanced computer software or by hand, that is used in various media forms to captivate and inform the consumer. This includes working with fonts, images, color palette to the layout of the design.
As a graphics designer, you'll be involved in creating visually informative content. graphics design holds the utmost importance in marketing and selling products and also a critical part of brochures and logos. So thereby you'll be working closely with advertisement or PR division.
Introduction to Visual Design, Visual language, Visual vocabulary, Visual grammar, Visual design constructs, Visual design process, Produce the final visual, Graphic attributes, Size, Shape, Texture, Viewpoint, Depth, Dynamics, Style, Color, Color schemes, The color wheel, Primary colors, Secondary colors, Tertiary colors, Complementary color schemes, Double complement color scheme, split complement, Triadic color schemes, Alternate complement, Tetrad schemes, Analogous schemes, Schemes using hue, lightness and saturation, Achromatic color schemes, Monochromatic color schemes, Picking your scheme, Color physiology, Color psychology, Color connotations, Computer colors
Introduction to Typography, Typography anatomy, Type classifications, Type families, Type alignment, Type spacing, Type alignment and spacing, Type size, Type case, How to use typography, How to use Web typography, Using Cascading Style Sheets, Visual grammar guidelines, What is the contrast guideline?, How to use contrast, What to avoid when using contrast, What is the repetition guideline?, What is the alignment guideline? How to create proximity, Page layout proximity, Computer screen proximity, Making tradeoffs, Contrast alternatives with the logo
Page layouts, How to create page layouts, How to design paragraphs, titles and headings, bulleted lists, numbered lists, checklists, glossary lists, indented lists, Using visuals, whitespace, color, line rules, shading, What are tables?, When to use tables, How to design tables, What are graphs and charts?, Types of charts - Gantt charts, Histogram charts, Organization charts, Line charts, Pie charts, Bar charts, Scatter or cluster charts, Radar or polar charts, Simplified, Callouts, Photographs, Diagrams, Text procedures, Icons and visual symbols, Screen captures, Graphics in online documents
Requirement analysis, Data flow diagram, Project documentation, Milestone breakup, Wireframing, PSD, Project environment setup, Technology-based mini-project development.
Mini Project: Database design, Frontend design, Backend connectivity.
Live project: Candidate can work on any project with the help of trainers in the duration of last 3 months
Resume drafting with job portal training, Email drafting with professional etiquettes, Interview etiquettes,
Personality development, Corporates etiquette, Demo interview1, Demo interview2, Demo interview3
We will cover all the above units in the duration of
4 Week training: Unit-1, Unit-2
3 Month training: Unit-1, Unit-2, Unit-3,Unit-4
6 Month training: All the above units with additional classes
> Get up to speed with design principles to produce effective designs in Photoshop and Illustrator.
> Get familiar with color palettes and themes on how to match them to the theme.
> Along with designing get familiar with typography, its types and various fonts used for designing
> Develop ability to design different types of online ads and banners
Here at W3Grads, you'll be trained by experienced trainers and by the end of the training program you'll have a clear understanding of print and web projects using Photoshop, Illustrator, etc. It'll also let you build a skill set to set you apart in the creative industry as a graphics designer