Graphic Designing

Logo Creation & Brand Identity

Logos are a set of symbols that represent what you do professionally as well as what you’re about. A logo should have a clear meaning and be easily recognized. If you don’t know how to start your logo design project, then you may want to talk with a graphic designer.

Website Designing

A website is a collection of web pages designed to provide information to users, and generally attract visitors to your site. When people visit your website they expect information, images, videos, etc. So make sure everything is organized to help them find what they need easily.

Graphic/Web Designer

A graphic /web designer is someone who focuses on visual communication, whether it’s print ads, websites, logos, presentations, movie posters, packaging, etc. In today’s world, a good graphic designer is a must-have skill.

Web Developer

A web developer builds applications and features using a combination of HTML (HyperText Markup Language), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and JavaScript. There are many different programming languages, but generally, a programmer writes code that makes a webpage function properly.

UI/UX Designer

UI stands for User Interface and UX means user experience. Ux designers create websites and apps that are useful and pleasurable to use. They consider how people feel while interacting with products.

Content Creator

Content creators write the copy for a company’s marketing campaigns, press releases, advertisements, brochures, articles, email newsletters, blogs, social media posts, etc.

Marketing Manager

Marketing managers oversee the planning, execution, and analysis of all marketing activities within their organization.

Illustrator:

Illustrators use graphics programs to create images and artwork that appear on printed materials, websites, television shows, and movies. Many illustrators work closely with writers, photographers, animators, producers, directors, etc., to bring their ideas to life. They may have specific tools, software, techniques, or knowledge that they use to achieve their desired results. Most illustrators work in pen-and-ink, paint, or digital media applications.

Photoshop:

Photoshop is a powerful image editing program for people who want to change the appearance of photographs or design elements. This program gives users many different ways to manipulate layers, adjust colors, apply special effects, and edit text. In addition to its image manipulation capabilities, Photoshop is also useful for graphic designers who need to add simple or complex designs to their projects.

PowerPoint:

PowerPoint is a presentation application that lets users present information visually. Users can insert pictures, tables, graphs, charts, and audio clips directly into a slide. They can then rearrange slides, resize objects, and customize fonts and colors. PowerPoint is often used to make presentations at school, at work, or with friends and family.

Adobe Creative Suite:

Adobe Creative Suite (CS) is a collection of creative software designed to help you do various types of art and design projects. These applications include Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Audition, Adobe Muse, and Adobe XD. CS is a great way to learn how to become a professional artist, photographer, designer, or filmmaker.

QuarkXPress:

QuarkXPress is a vector illustration program that helps artists draw clean, scalable vector graphics. Vector drawings can scale without losing quality and remain crisp even if scaled up or down. Artists can easily add shapes, colors, gradients, shadows, and textures using built-in drawing tools. They can also create custom brushes, patterns, and color palettes. This program was originally created for Mac computers. However, some newer versions are compatible with Windows and Linux operating systems.

Fireworks:

Fireworks were first released in 1994 as a web publishing tool. Since then, it has evolved into a full-featured animation studio. Using Fireworks, you can make interactive websites, build mobile apps, animate logos and social media posts, and create videos. All of your artwork appears in real-time as you work. You can import images, video, text, shapes, and other assets to create unique animations.

 

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