Meet the Instructor Virtual Open House - Graphic Design Certificate Program
What You'll Learn
Meet your instructor, get your questions answered, and more!
Join us virtually to learn about our popular Graphic Design Certificate Program and how it might be a good fit for you!
During this fun and relaxed one-hour Zoom, you'll get to meet Ron (the instructor), learn about what's covered in the intensive 40-hour program, and get any questions that you might have answered. We think you'll leave excited about the program! Graphic design skills are extremely useful - and not just for graphic designers. The skills you'll learn are used extensively across various professions from video production to architecture to user experience (UX) design.
About The Graphic Design Certificate Program
Through a combination of lectures, hands-on learning, and guided practice time, you will develop a graphic designer's sense of problem solving while building projects towards a personal "body of work". By creating a variety of projects, you'll gain an understanding of how to effectively implement professional design tools, how to creatively solve problems, and what solutions are most appropriate for successful design. Each day you'll learn the most often-used tools and workflows while working on designs you can use in the future. Read the complete program description and see upcoming dates.
Pre-registration is required for this open house. You'll find the Zoom link on your "registrations" tab after signing up.
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Presented By Ron Ruelle
Ron Ruelle has spent his career as a Cartoonist, Illustrator, Graphic Designer, Writer, Blogger, and anything else creative that fits his schedule. Over the last decade or so, he has also been teaching those same subjects to everyone from elementary kids to college students and professionals. Ron enjoys the energy of a classroom setting, even if it's a remote gathering online. To see some of his creative work, including his graphic novels and comics, visit www.ronruelle.com