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Introduction to Desktop Publishing Design

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Course CodeB0579
Academic Year1718
Dates9th May 2018 to 4th July 2018
Times18:00 to 21:00
Location NameHinckley Campus
AreaCreative Design
Mode Of ProvisionEvening
IntroductionThis is an Introductory Desktop Publishing Design course aimed at adults who would like to learn the basic skills required to produce individual desktop publishing outcomes.
Study OutlineThe course will cover: basic skills in both the Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop) and relevant Microsoft packages (Word and Publisher). This will include layout, typography, importing and editing images, inputting copy text and an understanding of DTP terminology which will enable learners to produce individual desktop publishing outcomes such as leaflets, booklets, posters etc. in print ready formats.
Entry RequirementsA basic understanding of IT is essential.
EquipmentSessions will be delivered from a fully equipped Design IT suite and all essential software will be provided. Learners will be required to bring a 8GB memory stick for storage of files and will be required to supply any photographic images and copy text that they wish to include within designs.
Awarding BodyNA
Availble Full-time?N
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