Graphic design projects can be delivered in either a printed format or a digital format, or both. This course will look at how to work with creative professionals to get the ideal usage out of a design to use in print medium such as logos, brochures and larger printed projects that will also carry over as seamlessly as possible into the digital realm of websites and social media. We will also cover the user experience and how to keep the end result in mind when working on creative endeavors.
More on Textual Elements, Color and Fixing Design Issues
This module will build on textual and color elements, as well as tips on fixing design issues.
Printing Elements of Graphic Design
This module will cover printing terms and paper options, as well as print-specific features in computer design programs.
Online Elements of Graphic Design
This module will look at online elements of graphic design such as designing for online mediums and converting image sizes for use on websites.
Sylvia Amar completed this course, spending 2 hours a week on it and found the course difficulty to be easy.
It is the last course of the Graphic Design Elements for Non-Designers Specialization of the university of Boulder, Colorado. It gives us more accurate and concrete tips to make a website for instance.