Want to use Adobe Illustrator to create sophisticated and complex designs and illustrations while you hone your skills? Learn the basics of the program before moving on to master transparency, feathering, masking, compound paths, gradients, layering techniques, and the specifics of the pen tool. In this asynchronous course, there are no set meeting times—you learn when it's convenient for you. Weekly activities include readings, video demonstrations, tutorials, online discussions, assignments, and critiques. Receive personalized feedback from your instructor on each assignment and throughout the creative process, as needed.
Note: This Adult Continuing Education online course is project-based with no set meetings times and 24-7 access to course materials. Weekly activities will include readings, video demonstrations, tutorials, online discussions, assignments, and critiques.
Students in this course will be provided with an Adobe Creative Cloud License for the duration of the course. We recommend that you have a laptop that meets the minimum requirements for Adobe Creative Cloud.
"[The faculty] always assigned interesting, challenging, and relevant readings. All of our projects were labor-intensive but realistic with a full-time work schedule".
– Student of Digital Design: Adobe Illustrator
Learn more about this exciting class in this video!
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, September 29 at 4:30 p.m. CT
|Course start date|
|Course end date|
|Class meeting time||Asynchronous, 27/7 course content access|
|Class meeting days|
|Building and room||Online|
|Course instructor||Tina Brown|