What is Adobe Illustrator Used For?
Adobe Illustrator is a graphics software used to create vector graphics, which are computer-drawn and allow users to modify their sizes without losing quality.
These vector graphics can then be used for logos, posters, billboards, diagrams, cartoons, infographics, and many other forms of print and digital images.
This 3-day Adobe Illustrator class will walk trainees through Illustrator's interface and the fundamentals of creating vector drawings using a wide variety of tools such as Pen tools, Pathfinder, Shape Builder, etc.
Trainees will learn design planning, how to work with images, layers, brushes, masks, typography, and most importantly how to prepare files for print and output designs across platforms, applications and devices.
This is a bootcamp that provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, operate, and troubleshoot a small to medium-sized network, including connecting to a WAN and implementing network security.
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Upon completion of this module course under WDA funding, students will receive Statement of Attainment (SOA) Certificates from WDA. The details of SOA of each module are given below.
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Adobe Illustrator (Advanced)
Learn advanced design planning, how to work with images, layers, brushes, masks, and typography.
Adobe Photoshop (Beginners)
Learn fundamental graphic design principles how to enhance photos with Adobe Photoshop.
Adobe Dreamweaver (Beginners)
Acquire basic knowledge on HTML, CSS, text formatting, and how to create web pages and publish them with Dreamweaver.
Adobe Indesign (Beginners)
Learn fundamental layout planning and design, working with layers, and create interactive online and print documents.