We See The World Differently. We Are Designers.

This course teaches you the art of graphic design from the ground up and suits novices and those looking to polish their creative skills. We explore graphic design and examine its theory, practices, and principles. We then show you how text and images can be effectively used to create an impact and convey a message to a specific audience. These tools can make you a successful graphic designer so sign up to gain a valuable new skill.



Week 1

Here we will be introducing ourselves, you will know more about the instructor, share why the training is important to every designer, and share areas of design challenges and more.

Design Elements

Week 2

Good design can sometimes seem magical, this is mostly achieved with components called design elements, this week we will be discussing their importance, and how to use them.

Design Principles

Week 3

What makes a “bad” design? What makes a “good” design? And how can you even tell the difference? understanding the design principles helps with knowing a good & bad design, this is our focus this week.

Design Process

Week 4

Undertanding the process of design is what build the image. This week you will learn design brief, outcomes, research, techniques, knwoing the right applcation for the project, lesson summary.

Classes hold 6:00pmWAT
on Mondays, Wednesdays,
and Fridays
Pay on or before
September 30th

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Recognize common examples of graphic design in use
  • Explain the design process as a problem-solving activity
  • Discuss design elements such as space, colour, and type
  • Describe the influence of the Industrial Revolution on design practices
  • Summarize the main features of graphic design in the modern and postmodern periods
  • Outline the key content and partners involved in the design process
  • Lay out the process involved in designing drafts
  • Discuss the use of graphic design elements such as point, line, plane, colour, space, and figure/ground
  • Highlight the use of compositional techniques such as contrast, emphasis, movement, symmetry, and visual hierarchy
  • Illustrate how constraints, alignment, grids, and organizational systems enhance design