Bunn High School
Adobe Visual Design Honors
Instructor: Mr. Peter Ashford Phone: (919) 496-3975
Email: email@example.com Virtual Office Hours: M-Th 2:30-3:00
Foundations of Design and Print Production is a project-based curriculum that develops career and communication skills in graphic design, illustration and print and digital media production, using Adobe tools. Visual Design develops four key skill areas: project management and collaboration; design; research and communication; professional digital photography, illustration, and page layout using Adobe tools.
In this course we will learn:
1.00 Setting Project requirements using Photoshop
2.00 Identifying design elements when preparing images
3.00 Understanding Adobe Photoshop
4.00 Apply procedures to manipulate images using Adobe Photoshop
5.00 Apply procedures to publish digital images using Adobe Photoshop
6.00 Setting project requirements using illustrator
7.00 Identifying design elements preparing illustrations
8.00 Understanding Adobe Illustrator interface
9.00 Apply procedures to create illustrations using Adobe Illustrator
10.00 Apply procedures to publish illustrations using Adobe Illustrator
11.00 Setting project requirements using InDesign
12.00 Identifying design elements when preparing page layouts
13.00 Understanding Adobe InDesign interface
14.00 Apply procedures to create page layouts using Adobe InDesign
15.00 Apply procedures to export publications
Grading for this course is based on the following:
Students will use the GMetrix software to practice for each unit’s certification. Students who pass the certification for all 3 units will be exempt from taking the final exam.
Remote Learning Expectations:
- Be on time to the Google ‘Meet’
- Have active and appropriate conversations during the ‘Meet’
- Wear school appropriate clothing while ‘Meeting’(if camera is on)
- Complete assignments on time and submit ON-TIME...understanding late work is penalized
- Be proactive...ASK for help if you don’t understand or have problems..COMMUNICATE with me quickly
Make-up Work/Late Work: Students will be given 2 days to make-up work for every day absent. After the 2 day grace period or after the due date, 10% will be deducted for each day it’s late.
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