Los Angeles, CA
In addition to buying their own software, students need to spend $75 for texts and CDs.
This comprehensive hands-on course is designed to introduce designers to digital design tools. The course begins with an overview of architectural and interior design concepts and client presentations and how they were created. Students learn why the use of these professional tools is essential to the creative process of design and presentation production and are introduced to using the computer for drawing, illustration, and layout. Fundamentals of layout, typographic design, scanning, and image-enhancement software are covered; student-created projects are presented. Software applications covered include Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator. For technical requirements click here.
Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Windows operating system. Software requirements: The most recent versions of Illustrator and Photoshop.
Enrollment limited. This course is equivalent to Cal Poly Pomona INA 550.
September 25 – December 11
12 meetings total