Interested in learning more about graphic design? Check out our Continuing Education courses and certificates aimed at helping you expand your graphic and digital design knowledge base. We offer courses such as Design Systems, Foundations of Interaction Design, Graphic Design History, and more, including a new section for our Typography 1 class. Courses can be taken individually or as part of one of our variety of Graphic and Digital Design certificates, such as our Web Design and Interior and Architectural Design Software certificates.
Read on to learn more about a few of our courses!
In this course, students build a design system by extending their designs and visual style to other products while keeping the cross platform experience consistent. This course applies towards the Web Design Certificate.
In this course, students learn how to create beautiful type with CSS animations, when to use variable fonts, how to specify px, pt, sp or dp, and more. At the end of the course, students will have projects prototyped in code and a prototyping app. This course applies towards the Web Design Certificate.
Storytelling with Motion Graphics and Animation
This concept-based course teaches the language of time-based storytelling, with a focus on the skills needed to build a strong drama and highly effective visuals for use in film, video, and digital motion projects. Students will gain an understanding of how motion graphics are created from the concept through all stages to the final finished clip or film. This course applies towards the Motion Design and Animation Certificate.
Usability Testing & Evaluation
In this course, students will learn about the concepts underlying usability testing and evaluating web sites and apps, to generate guidance for creating more usable websites and apps. Students will practice the usability testing process of defining a test goal, creating a test plan, defining testing tasks and analyzing usability test results. This course is the fourth course in the User-Centered Design (UX/UI) Certificate.
This course centers around the SketchUp software, its history, and its context within design industries, and will focus on acquiring the technical skills required to create realistic three-dimensional models. Learn how to build surfaces, volumes, objects, and spaces, how to produce technical and scaled architectural drawings, and how to produce photo-realistic renderings. This course applies towards the Interior and Architectural Design Software and Interior Design certificates.
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