Design for Print
‘Design for Print’ looked at details about getting design work ready for print. A experienced graphic designer/print specialist was invited to deliver sessions. There was a strong interest from young graduates in this particular session. There was opportunity discuss one to one with the tutor.
Social Media Sessions
The social media sessions were very popular amongst the new learners. Participants had the chance to understand different types of social media, safe usage and creating a blog.
They also had an opportunity to try some of the practical usage of it.
Design and Creative Skills Sessions
The design and creative skills sessions included learning and understanding some of the design software’s like photoshop, illustrator, etc. Participants had the opportunity to learn and try their hand at a variety of design software such as Microsoft word, PowerPoint presentation, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
Participants learned about the key do’s and don’ts of basic design and had the chance to have a go at designing their own presentation, logo and flyer.
Soft Skills Sessions
The softer skills sessions delivered were based around building transferable skills such as goal setting, self-management and increasing confidence. Through group activities, role plays and interactive discussions, participants had the opportunity to connect with one another and share ideas and opinions.