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- [Narrator] Throughout this course, I've offered some suggestions on where to go next on the continuation of your journey into graphic design, and I'd just like to recap on those here. For typography, I highly recommend the Graphic Design Foundations: Typography course, by Ina Saltz. The course by Jim Krause on Color for Design and Art will give you tons of detail on building and applying color palettes, and my mate, Nigel French, has some great courses on the library, including one specifically about mastering grids in InDesign, cunningly named, Designing with Grids in InDesign.
Further down the stream in terms of the workflow stream, it's really worth spending some time learning about print production with Claudia McCue. And there's even a biweekly series with senior staffholder John McQuade, that will keep you on that learning curve. So make sure you check out Graphic Design Tips and Tricks, too. I'd be doing myself a disservice, of course, if I didn't mention my own courses on Illustrator and the Adobe Mobile Tools. So do try and get a look at those.
- The creative process
- Layout and composition
- Transforming images and assets in Photoshop
- Drawing logos in Illustrator
- Designing graphics and documents in InDesign
Skill Level Beginner
Graphic Design Foundations: Typographywith Ina Saltz2h 23m Beginner
Learning Graphic Design: Techniqueswith John McWade1h 7m Intermediate
Graphic Design Foundations: Colorwith Mary Jane Begin1h 57m Beginner
1. The Creative Process
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