Dive deep into Adobe Creative Suite’s design potential [Deals]


Graphic Design Certification School

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Adobe makes the tools that digital creatives use to make their work. Their Creative Suite can take years to master, but if you’re looking into a career in digital design, you’ll have to. Luckily, we’ve found a great deal on essential education in Adobe’s top design tools. Clocking in at over 40 hours, this set of courses c0vers Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator, offering a way to learn essential design skills or refine your existing chops. Even better, those hours also count toward a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) certification. And right now, you can sign up for the entire Graphic Design Certification School for a massive discount, just $47.99 at Cult of Mac Deals.

These courses cover the cornerstone applications of digital design. Photoshop is the industry standard software for creating and editing images. With these courses, you’ll get practical knowledge of how to create 3D images, work with color for print, and lots more to produce finished images ready for publication. InDesign is the first and last stop for everything from fliers to newsletters to resumes to entire publications. You’ll learn to move graphics created in Photoshop and Illustrator into all kinds of document types, special effects with color and transparency, graphic file formats and print terminology, and lots more. The Illustrator Course will take you through the many tools and techniques involved with graphic design. You’ll work with paths, nodes, and bezier curves, filters, curves, text effects, layers, masks, color correction and lots more.

Buy now: Sign up for the Graphic Design Certification School for $47.99, that’s a whopping 96 percent discount.


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