Graphic and Web Designing Course

Introduction

Graphic and web design are dynamic creative fields that shape visual experiences in the digital realm. Graphic design involves crafting eye-catching visuals for print and digital media, including logos and marketing materials. Web design focuses on creating user-friendly and visually appealing websites, ensuring an engaging online presence. Both disciplines require a blend of artistic talent, technical skills, and a deep understanding of user experience principles. Together, they play a pivotal role in communicating messages and building brand identities in the digital age.

Key Features

Who Should Attend:

  • Students
  • Career Changers
  • Artists and Creatives
  • Freelancers
  • Entrepreneurs and
  • Small Business Owners
  • Marketing and Advertising Professionals
  • Web Developers and Programmers
  • E-learning and Educational Professionals
  • Content Creators
  • Career Advancers
  • Stay-at-Home Parents
  • Anyone Interested in Design

Career Opportunities After Graphic and Web Designing Course

Completing a graphic and web designing course opens up a diverse range of career opportunities in the rapidly evolving digital landscape. Here are some of the career paths you can pursue:

Graphic Designer:

Create visually appealing designs for print and digital media, including logos, posters, brochures, and advertisements. Work in design agencies, marketing firms, or as a freelance designer.

Web Designer:

Focus on the aesthetics and user experience of websites, ensuring they are visually engaging and user-friendly. Collaborate with web developers and UX designers.

UI/UX Designer:

Specialize in user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design to enhance the usability and functionality of digital products and websites. Conduct user research, create wireframes, and design interactive prototypes.

Art Director:

Lead design teams and oversee the creative direction of projects. Ensure consistency and quality in visual branding across various media.

Illustrator:

Specialize in creating custom illustrations and artwork for books, magazines, digital media, and advertising campaigns.

Front-end Web Developer:

Combine design skills with coding expertise to translate web designs into functional websites. Collaborate closely with back-end developers.

Freelance Designer:

Work independently and take on a variety of design projects for different clients and industries.

Content Creator:

Produce visual content for blogs, YouTube channels, and social media platforms, including infographics, videos, and graphics.

Brand Identity Designer:

Specialize in creating brand identities, including logos, color schemes, and visual guidelines, to help companies establish a strong brand presence.

Game Designer:

Create visual assets and design user interfaces for video games, mobile apps, and interactive media.

Packaging Designer:

Design packaging for consumer products, considering aesthetics, functionality, and branding.

Syllabus Of Graphic and Web Designing Course in Pune.

Module 1: Corel Draw

  • Introduction to Corel Draw
  • Basic Shapes and Drawing Tools
  • Working with Objects and Layers
  • Color and Fills
  • Working with Text and Images
  • Creating Vector Illustrations
  • Applying Effects
  • Designing Layouts and Templates
  • Working with Bitmap Commands
  • Designing for Print and Web

Module 2:Photoshop

  • Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
  • Working with Layers and Masks
  • Selection and Editing Tools
  • Image Editing and Adjustment Layers
  • Filters and Special Effects
  • Typography and Text Effects
  • Photo Manipulation and Compositing
  • Vector Shapes and Smart Objects
  • Web Graphics and Design
  • Print Design and Layouts

Module 3: InDesign

  • Introduction to InDesign
  • Document Creation and Viewing
  • Managing Pages
  • Working with Text
  • Working with and Placing Graphics
  • Working with Objects and Layers
  • How to Use and Manage Color
  • Applying Fills, Strokes, and Effects
  • Working with Points and Paths
  • Utilizing Tables
  • Utilizing Style
  • Making a final document 
  • Sending a Document

Module 4: Illustrator

  • Introduction to Illustrator
  • Working with Shapes and Paths
  • Drawing in Illustrator
  • Drawing with Pencil and Brush tools
  • Selection Tools
  • Magic Wand
  • Working with the Blob Brush tool
  • Color and Typography
  • Using layers and sublayers
  • Grouping and organizing objects
  • Working with filters and effects
  • Applying Attributes to a Group
  • Art Boards
  • Transforming and Positioning Art
  • Working with images
  • Working Efficiently with Symbols
  • Working with Masks
  • Printing, Saving, and Exporting

Module 5 : HTML / HTML5

  • Introduction to HTML5
  • Working with Text and Headings
  • Working with Links
  • Images and Multimedia
  • HTML5 Semantic Elements
  • Forms and Input Elements
  • HTML5 APIs
  • HTML5 Boilerplate and Frameworks
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Publishing a Website

Module 6:CSS / CSS3

  • Introduction to CSS
  • CSS Selectors
  • CSS Box Model
  • Working with Text and Fonts
  • CSS Layout Techniques
  • CSS3 Transitions and Animations
  • CSS3 Transformations
  • CSS3 Gradients and Backgrounds
  • CSS3 Flexbox Layout
  • CSS3 Grid Layout
  • Media Queries and Responsive Web Design
  • CSS Best Practices and Debugging
  • CSS Frameworks

Module 7: Java Script

  • Introduction to JavaScript
  • JavaScript Basics
    Functions
  • Arrays
  • Objects
  • Loops
  • DOM Manipulation
  • Variables and Operators
  • ES6 Features
  • Dive into Strings
  • Control Structures

Module 8:J Query

  • Introduction to jQuery
  • Using J Query Core
  • Ajax Concepts
  • jQuery Selectors
  • DOM Manipulation with jQuery
  • Event Handling
  • j Query Effects and Animations
  • jQuery AJAX
  • jQuery Plugins
  • jQuery UI
  • Optimizing jQuery Code

Student Testimonials

"I've always had a passion for art and design, but I wasn't sure how to turn it into a career. This course gave me the practical skills and portfolio pieces I needed to start freelancing as a graphic designer. I loved how the course covered both graphic and web design, making me a versatile designer."
Miss. Saanvi
"I've been a web developer for several years, but I wanted to improve my front-end design skills. This course was perfect for bridging that gap. I learned about user experience design, responsive web design, and how to create visually stunning websites. It has added a valuable layer to my skill set."
Mr. Kabir
"The Graphic and Web Designing course was the best investment I made in my career. The curriculum was up-to-date, and the practical projects allowed me to build a professional portfolio. I was even able to secure a remote design job while I was still taking the course. Highly recommended!"
Mr. Aditya

FAQ – Frequently Asked Questions

Graphic design is the art of creating visual content to communicate messages effectively. It involves the use of typography, imagery, color, layout, and other design elements to convey ideas, information, or emotions.

Web design focuses on the aesthetics and user experience of websites. It includes the layout, visual elements, and overall design of web pages to ensure they are visually engaging and user-friendly.

Graphic and web designers should have a good eye for aesthetics, creativity, proficiency in design software (e.g., Adobe Creative Suite), and an understanding of design principles such as typography, color theory, and layout.

Yes, we have weekend classes as well.

A strong design portfolio can be built by completing real-world projects, participating in design contests, freelancing, and creating personal projects. Showcase a variety of work to demonstrate your skills and style.

Commonly used software includes Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe XD (for UI/UX design), and web development tools like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

The demand for skilled designers remains strong, especially in the digital era. As businesses prioritize online presence and branding, there are ample opportunities for graphic and web designers in various industries.

Yes, many designers choose freelance careers, offering their services to clients on a project-by-project basis. Freelancing provides flexibility and the opportunity to work on diverse projects.

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