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About the Course

In this 1-hour long project-based course, you will learn how to: - Design simple mood boards to visually present your projects - Get started with GIMP 2.10 editing tools - Recognise mood boards essential components. By the end of this project, you will learn how to use Gimp to create a simple mood board to present interior design ideas to your clients. Mood boards can be used as an efficient eye-catching tool to visually present the idea of a project and engage the client with the feeling of its realization. You can use them in graphic and set design, architecture and interior design, home decor and retail, event planning and curating, fashion and photography, editorial planning...Indeed, any field in which a project needs to be presented in a visually, intuitive way! GIMP version 2.10 is a cross-platform image editor available for many of the most popular operating systems. It is largely used by graphic designers, illustrators, artists, or photographers as an open-source alternative to image editing software. Its interface is user-friendly so it can be enjoyed by anyone interested or involved in jobs related to graphics and visual arts. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....
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By Athina M

Jan 5, 2021


By Ayush K

Oct 1, 2022



Oct 17, 2022


By Bianca

May 1, 2023

Project uses a pre-made format for arranging the photo's and the instructor says if you want a different format you can make one. Yeah.. that's one of the things I was hoping to learn. How to make a format...

By Vladislav G

Jan 17, 2021

This course isn't as good as it could be for two reasons:

1. I don't understand who it's desighned for. It's too easy and obvious for people who know even a little in GD or know some basics of Photoshop(or GIMP). However, it's confusing for people who know nothing about graphic design.

2.The idea to work on small cloud screen is not as good as it sounds. Even with good vision and quite big screen on my PC, it's a torture.

Also, the instructor speaks English badly.

Result - wasted time.