Examining and exploring the various types of images and graphic elements will be the focus of this course. We will start with color theory to distinguish between CMYK, Pantone and RGB color options and their usages. Then we will review the various types of images used in both print and digital design projects. Finally we will look at logo designs to determine what makes for the best images and graphic elements for corporate branding and imaging.
This course is part of the Graphic Design Elements for Non-Designers Specialization
About this Course
What you will learn
Discriminate between CMYK, Pantone and RGB color options.
Categorize the various kind of image files and understand their usages.
Recognize the ideal (and less than ideal) combination of graphics and text in logo design.
Skills you will gain
- Color Theory
- online design
- textual elements
- Graphic Design
- Print Design
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Understanding Color Theory
Classifications of Images and Graphics
Combining Images with Type
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TOP REVIEWS FROM GRAPHIC ELEMENTS OF DESIGN: COLOR THEORY AND IMAGE FORMATS
i like the ease of the course and the way mentor presented everything in the videos she is just amazing, i got to know some very important terms.
Dr. Lori Pool, I am glad that you were the teacher, this was my best learning experience ever, you explained every single thing about colors and formats, I really appreciate that. God bless you.
I love how each subject are presented in a very simplified manner and how each course in this specialization complements one another. Miss Lori Poole is a great teacher, we're so lucky to have her.
I have always enjoyed exploring how colours work together to invoke different reactions. I am now using the colour wheel in everything I do.
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