Sunday, July 21, 2013

PCCI's 3-Day Crash Course on Graphics & Publishing this August




PCCI is holding three days of lectures covering essential topics in digital arts.

Dubbed "Graphics & Publishing Fast & Furious," the crash course will benefit students and professionals in the fields of digital arts, graphic design, and publishing.

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SHORT, SWEET AND REASONABLE

PCCI has been holding special short SLIDE presentations that are shorter and cost a fraction of their regular course offerings.

SLIDE stands for Short Lectures & Instructional Demos, an opportunity for students to pick up new skills and techniques in photography and graphics without paying for a full-blown workshop. 

The SLIDE presentations on August 16-18 focus on techniques and principles for improving creativity, design, and efficiency -- many of which are not taught in art school.





LECTURES BY PROFESSIONALS

The lecturers are graphic professionals who will be preaching from experience, not from books. 

Leading the lineup are:

1) Award-winning book and magazine designer Ige Ramos
2) Adobe Illustrator instructor Tony Bucu
3) Former advertising art director and world-renown CorelDraw illustrator Sonny Leon
4) Ed Yap, former editor-cum-art director at three magazines and creative head at several ad agencies and design studios.

SLIDE presentations are now 50% longer than before, at 2:15 hours. There are discounts for whole-day enrolments and for groups registering together.



TOPICS FOR AUGUST

The topics for August include the following:

* Successful Publication Design
* 100 Principles of Graphic Design
* Crafting Effective, Eye-Catching Book Covers
* Adobe Power Cube of Graphic Design
* Guerilla Graphic Design
* High-Impact, Low-cost Design Solutions
* Corporate Graphics (Logos, Icons, Pictograms)
* How to Pull Ideas Out of Thin Air
* The Twelve-Way Test of Poster Impact and Effectiveness




The Philippine Center for Creative Imaging (PCCI) is a training center for professionals and graphic arts enthusiasts, and the first and only Adobe Authorized Training Center in the country.

pcci.com.ph/slide




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