THIS IS A PAST EVENT.
Illustrator is used to create vector-based graphics for logos, shapes, wordmarks, and patterns that are scalable. Attendees will learn to create, manipulate, and style different projects. We will cover navigating Illustrator’s tools and workspace, creating icons, exploring typography, and combining them all to make your own posters, invitations, and handouts. You will also learn how to export your artwork professionally and ways Illustrator compares with other Adobe Creative Cloud products. Open to all skill levels.
Please come prepared for this workshop by downloading Adobe Creative Cloud software at software.wfu.edu. In addition to adding the Creative Cloud, please download Illustrator prior to the workshop. If you need assistance, please visit The Bridge in ZSR Library.
About the Instructor: Emily is a Digital Media Developer with Information Systems at Wake Forest University. She is an accomplished graphic and web designer with over 12 years of experience in healthcare, non-profit, and higher education industries. She graduated from Meredith College with a Bachelors in Graphic Design. Visit emilygregg.com to view her work.
Learn more here: is.wfu.edu/academic-technologies/events/adobe-bootcamp/
PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event. Use the "Register" link on this page.
Thursday, March 19 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm
WakerSpace Building (Located in Lot Q)
4PP9+8J Winston-Salem, North Carolina