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Graphic Design - A Complete Course

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Intro

What is Graphic Design?

The demand of a Graphic Designer

Graphic Designer Qualifications/Skills: Strong graphic design skills Layout skills Analytical skills Creativity Flexibility Attention to detail Deadline-oriented Desktop publishing tools and graphic design software Acute vision Time-management skills Communication skills Handles rejection

Software Introduction & PC Requirements

Design principles are widely applicable laws, guidelines, biases and design considerations which designers apply with discretion. Professionals from many disciplines—e.g., behavioral science, sociology, physics and ergonomics—provided the foundation for design principles via their accumulated knowledge and experience.

Design principles are widely applicable laws, guidelines, biases and design considerations which designers apply with discretion. Professionals from many disciplines—e.g., behavioral science, sociology, physics and ergonomics—provided the foundation for design principles via their accumulated knowledge and experience.

Balance in design is the distribution of elements of the design. Balance is a visual interpretation of gravity in the design. Large, dense elements appear to be heavier while smaller elements appear to be lighter. You can balance designs in three ways: symmetrical balance

Hierarchy is the control of visual information in an arrangement or presentation to imply importance. Hierarchy influences the order in which the human eye perceives what it sees. In design, hierarchy is used to: Add structure.

Alignment refers to placing text and other design elements on a page so they line up. It helps to create order, organize your elements, create visual connections, and improve the readability of your design. Alignment is largely invisible – chances are, you don't look at a design and think “wow!

The principle of proximity is simply the process of ensuring related design elements are placed together. Any unrelated items should be spaced apart. Close proximity indicates that items are connected or have a relationship with each other and become one visual unit that helps to organize or give structure to a layout.

From this lesson you will learn about Repetition & Rythm principle of design.

White space refers to the areas in your design that do not contain content, including the larger spaces between design elements and the tiny spaces between letters. It doesn't have to be white. Areas that contain content are called “positive space”, while areas that contain no content are called “negative space”.

Image result for design principles simplicity Simplicity is the discipline of minimizing, refining or editing back a design. The ultimate goal of any piece of graphic design is to make an impression. If a design achieves this goal, it will be fulfilling it's purpose of communicating and insisting upon a particular message.

Learn Color Theory

Hue | Saturation | Value

Shade | Tint | Tone

Color Rules

Difference between RGB and CMYK

Learn the Color Phychology

How to select a Best Color for Your Designs

What is Typography

Typeface VS Font

Typeface Classification

The Anatomy of Typography

Kerning, Leading, Tracking

Rules of Typography

Pairing Typeface

How to find & install fonts

Flaticon features. Formats. PNG, SVG, EPS, PSD, Base 64, Iconfont or all of them. Continuous production. We produce over 60,000 icons every month. Collections.

The world is an extremely visual space. Images and graphics are very important because they are the face of a brand in the vast universe of content marketing.

GraphicRiver is part of Envato Market, the creative eco-system with over 35,000 designers creating all the assets you need for your projects.

Learn about Adobe Illustrator

How to install Adobe Illustrator

Brand identity is the visible elements of a brand, such as color, design, and logo, that identify and distinguish the brand in consumers' minds. Brand identity is distinct from the brand image. What do identity designers do? Brand identity designers use strategy to create the visual elements of your brand. These elements include your logo, color palette, typography, image style, and general look and feel. These should be unique to your company. They should help illustrate your brand.

Make unique and custom ID cards in minutes. ID card dimensions come in various sizes with each size typically serving different functions. CR-80 – The most common plastic card size is the CR-80 or ID-1 format. These designations refer to plastic cards measuring about the size of a credit card 85.60 mm by 53.98 mm (3.370 inches by 2.125 inches).

ID card dimensions come in various sizes with each size typically serving different functions. CR-80 – The most common plastic card size is the CR-80 or ID-1 format. These designations refer to plastic cards measuring about the size of a credit card 85.60 mm by 53.98 mm (3.370 inches by 2.125 inches).

ID card dimensions come in various sizes with each size typically serving different functions. CR-80 – The most common plastic card size is the CR-80 or ID-1 format. These designations refer to plastic cards measuring about the size of a credit card 85.60 mm by 53.98 mm (3.370 inches by 2.125 inches).

A letterhead, or letterheaded paper, is the heading at the top of a sheet of letter paper (stationery). That heading usually consists of a name and an address, and a logo or corporate design, and sometimes a background pattern. Letterheads are generally printed by either the offset or letterpress methods. In most countries outside North America, company letterheads are printed A4 in size (210 mm x 297 mm). In North America, the letter size is typically 8.5 x 11 inches (215 x 280 mm).

A letterhead, or letterheaded paper, is the heading at the top of a sheet of letter paper (stationery). That heading usually consists of a name and an address, and a logo or corporate design, and sometimes a background pattern. Letterheads are generally printed by either the offset or letterpress methods. In most countries outside North America, company letterheads are printed A4 in size (210 mm x 297 mm). In North America, the letter size is typically 8.5 x 11 inches (215 x 280 mm).

An inspiring business card can help you make a great first impression with customers. The standard dimensions of a printed business card are 3.5 x 2 inches. That's the finished card size. Many printed designs include bleed. The "bleed area" is an extra 1/8 inch of space for design elements or backgrounds that extend beyond the finished edges of your card.

An inspiring business card can help you make a great first impression with customers. The standard dimensions of a printed business card are 3.5 x 2 inches. That's the finished card size. Many printed designs include bleed. The "bleed area" is an extra 1/8 inch of space for design elements or backgrounds that extend beyond the finished edges of your card.

An inspiring business card can help you make a great first impression with customers. The standard dimensions of a printed business card are 3.5 x 2 inches. That's the finished card size. Many printed designs include bleed. The "bleed area" is an extra 1/8 inch of space for design elements or backgrounds that extend beyond the finished edges of your card.

A flyer is a form of paper advertisement intended for wide distribution and typically posted or distributed in a public place, handed out to individuals or sent through the mail. In the 2010s, flyers range from inexpensively photocopied leaflets to expensive, glossy, full-color circulars.

Flyer Design Part A

Flyer Design Part B

A card for sending a message by post without an envelope, typically having a photograph or other illustration on one side.

Post Card Design

Post Card Design - Part 02

Post Card Design - Part 03

A brochure is an informative paper document (often also used for advertising) that can be folded into a template, pamphlet or leaflet. ... Brochures are promotional documents, primarily used to introduce a company, organization, products or services and inform prospective customers or members of the public of the benefits.

Tri-Fold Brochure Design - Project 06 (Part A)

Tri-Fold-Brochure-Project 06 (Part B)

Tri-Fold-Brochure-Project 06 (Part C)

Tri-Fold-Brochure-Project 06 (Part D)

Bi-Fold-Brochure-Project 07 (Part A)

Bi-Fold-Brochure-Project 07 (Part B)

Bi-Fold-Brochure-Project 07 (Part C)

Bi-Fold-Brochure-Project 07 (Part D)

What is Logo?

How many types of Logo

What is Negative space in Logo

Logo Practice 01

Logo Practice 02

Logo Practice 03

Introduction to the Questionnaire

Solution to the Questionnaire

Client Requirement analysis

Ideaboard Create for Logo Concept

Sketching to Generate the Concept

Digitalization the Concept

Finalize the Logo

How to install Adobe Photoshop

Learn about Adobe Photoshop

What is 3D Mockup & how to do it with your design?

Create your own Mockup

What is Smart Object

Background Removing Solution 1

Background Removing Solution 2

Background Removing Solution 3 (Hair Cut)

Face Spot removing

How to remove Fence

Watermark Removing

How to change T-shirt Color

Photo Color Balance

Ecommerce Product Making

Animation - Project 01

Animation - Project 02

Animation - Project 03

What is Social Media Design

What needs to follow there

Facebook Poster Design with the proper size

Ad Banner Design

What is Google Ad Banner

3D Effect in Text

Threshold Effect

Glitch Effect on Image

Neon Effect on Text or anything

Photo manipulation Project 01

What is Behance

How to complete your Behance Profile

How to upload a Project in Behance

How to create crystalize background

Bonus Lesson 01

In this session, you will see I've reviewed so many ID Card Practice files and given some suggestions. So just follow this video and implement those suggestions in your design also.

In this session, you will see I've reviewed so many Flyer Practice files and given some suggestions. So just follow this video and implement those suggestions in your design also.

In this session, you will see I've reviewed so many Flyer Practice files and given some suggestions. So just follow this video and implement those suggestions in your design also.

Graphic Design - A Complete Course

The future of design is digital. This course was designed to get graphic designers up to speed on the latest and greatest digitally focused projects so they can expand their skill set and offer more services. This course is massive covering so many Design projects from social media, icon design, logo design, sketching, banner design, web design and more.

Features * Adobe Illustrator CC * Adobe Photoshop CC * Graphic Design A2Z
Features
* Adobe Illustrator CC * Adobe Photoshop CC * Graphic Design A2Z
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