Clairemont High School: After School STE[+a]M Program
In partnership with UCSD Extension and Clairemont High School, FabLabSD is offering After School STE[+a]M Programs.
During Fall 2012 students attended Introduction to Graphic Design, on thursday October 18th they participated at the Lights On After School Program Celebration were they showcase their portfolio at one of the Gallery Displays!
Learn how to create professional-quality graphics, logos and designs.
Graphic design is all around us, and covers topics related to art, design, marketing, branding, communication, media, computer graphics, fashion, industrial design, and product development.
In this program, you will learn how to use the industry standard software to create logos and graphics for screen, web and print. You will be in charge of designing and creating real flyers and marketing materials for print and web. If you have always wanted to let your creative work be seen, this is a great place to start building your portfolio.
You will work with a graphic designer to learn how to lay out and design high quality graphics that meet the requirements for use on the web or print media. If you enjoy creating images, making graphics for web or video games, coming up with taglines or branding ideas, getting the word out about things that interest you, or design, this is a great program for you.
Through this course, you will also earn pre-college credit through the UCSD College Exploration program. This will be a great tool when you apply to any college, and it gives you a boost upon application to a UC. This is also a great way to show future employers that you have accomplished a graphic design program.
This course is open to beginners as well as those with experience. Whether you are creative, techie or both there is a place for you within graphic design!