Graphic Design Foundry

5.0 out of 5 from 1 review
Associate Degree
2 Years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Course Description

Graphic Design is for the problem solver who’s an artist at heart. It is for those who believe you should judge a book by its cover and who choose their cereal based on how cool the box looks. Graphic design allows you to push your creative limits and explore the world's problems through design thinking and artistic skills. It suits people who not only want to explore the design process but also want to develop innovative ideas and communicate them via visual media. Most importantly, Graphic Design is about problem solving and taking responsibility for a brand's first — and most lasting — visual impression.

You’ll learn all about the Adobe Creative Cloud (Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, XD, Premier, After Effects) and how to apply typography, illustration and layout through them. You’ll even get a chance to create content through web design, video and motion, to add an extra dimension to your creations.


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Student Reviews

April 2018
Year completed 2019

It is a really well organised course with great teachers and it's so much fun. The hours are good and the teachers are so helpful.

A Negative would be absolutely nothing

My advice to future students is: To ask as many questions as possible

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