CUA40720 Certificate IV in Design Graphic Design

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CRICOS course code: 105790C
Level of study: Career Based/Vocational

Elevate your creativity by enrolling into the graphic design pathway of CUA40715 Certificate IV in Design. This is a great foundation course that will provide you with a broad understanding and experience in the graphic design discipline, including corporate and branding, packaging, user experience, web/Interface and environmental signage design to name a few.
The course covers approximately 50/50 digital versus traditional, manual skills. It concentrates on solid software skills using industry-standard Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign in an environment that replicates a real industry setup. The lecturers are hands on and are always present to help as the course is delivered using learning activities such as tutorials, design briefs and class discussions. Some of the course units will concentrate on an introduction to web and interface design, while other units cover conceptual and creative thinking skills.
During your studies, you will learn a number of skills including how to;
use layout, colour theory, harmony, contrast and balance to create 2D and 3D designs;
digital techniques and image editing;
illustration and drawing techniques;
typography; and
preparing files for publication.
Design is a process that combines elements into a workable solution whether it be a logo or an app interface and our concept development and the ideation unit within this course have these skills covered. Successful completion of this course will enable you to continue your studies in the CUA50715 Diploma of Graphic Design for another year.

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