Considered the most powerful image editor on the planet by many, Adobe Photoshop is mainly used to edit existing images or create entirely new images from scratch.
With remarkable features like the healing brush and patch tools, designers can perform a range of image alterations – with a few clicks of the mouse buttons.
Photoshop is an essential component of Adobe design courses, as this is often the graphic design program designers utilise the most (especially in advertising and marketing).
If you’ve ever worked in a marketing agency environment, you’ll know the value of being able to design business logos. If you’re currently looking for advice on logo design, check out our article on new business logo design tips!
Adobe Illustrator lets you dabble with things like designing your own vectors, icons, typography, and logos as mentioned above.
Think of InDesign as the go-to Adobe design solution for times when you’re tasked with designing publications – be they in print or digital format.
Adobe InDesign is perfect for creating print mediums such as flyers, posters, books, magazines, brochures and reports – but wait, there’s more!
InDesign also allows you to design and publish digital projects including e-magazines, interactive PDF documents, e-books, and even apps.
Looking to upskill yourself and get qualified as a graphic designer in 2018? Academy Class offers online Adobe design courses for all looking to become digital artists. Not a fan of online tuition? You can attend in-class Adobe design courses through Academy Class in the following cities:
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