Graphic design is everywhere: books and magazines, printing materials, posters, educational materials and infographics, blueprints and maps, logos and brand style, advertising and product packaging, banners and web pages. Today designers are one of the most demanded specialists. Do you want to put your child’s creative potential into right direction and help him to develop useful skills for the life in the future? Then you have found the right place to do that! We recommend Illustrator courses every child aged from 11.
A child who has chosen to do computer design needs to learn to work with two graphic editors: first one is for bitmaps (for instance, Adobe Photoshop), the second one is for vectors. Adobe Illustartor is the leader in the area of working with vector graphics among the same programs and it has a wide range of functions and gives a lot of opportunities. Is an indispensable tool for artists, web designers, polygraphists and other specialists working with vector graphics, who turn their ideas into printing products or publish on web sites.
The advantages of Illustrator which are going to be discovered by kids during the course:
At our school we start learning Adobe Illustrator with the basic simple tools, which give kids an overview of working with vectors. Tasks will gradually get complicated and we will push towards the boundaries. The classes are based on practice, we will do the real designers tasks.
The course teacher will show kids a lot of examples and secrets of Adobe Illustrator, share personal experience and help to avoid common mistakes.As a result of the course your child will:
The course price will be a pleasant surprise for parents, and children will get the opportunity of creative self-expression and independent earnings with the help of knowledge and skills gained.
During the training process we evaluate the practical side (how to do it?) and understanding the topics as well (why and what for?)
Students demonstrate knowledge by solving tasks in their own way, explaining the algorithms in own words, helping other students to correct mistakes and creating presentations on the final course project.
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