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Manufacturing Day at Ziglin Signs

Manufacturing Day is a celebration with modern technology that inspires the next generation. Students from Graphic Communications and Information Technology classes got the opportunity to go to Ziglin Signs and talk to fabricators and designers first hand. Ben Ziglin, sat down with each group of students and addressed their questions about his business.

 

 

Graphic Communications Program

Class will operate as a business would. Students will participate working on assignments and community projects.  All students will follow procedures and etiquette just as professionals do in their field.  Everyone will be expected to graduate with a portfolio that demonstrates their ability to perform in the graphics field.

 

Graphic Communications is for students seeking creative conceptual skills necessary to be ready for entry-level employment or continuing college in a variety of visual communication settings. Students will learn personal development, work attitude and leadership skills as a part of the program and their membership in SkillsUSA, the national career and technical student organization.

 

Graphic Communications has many areas of study: 

Design, Digital Multi Media, Illustrator, Indesign and Illustrator, Digital Display/Signage, Desktop Publishing, Photo Editing, Production & Print, Screen Printing, and Vinyl Signage. Other related areas of study: Multimedia, Digital Photography, Interactive Design, Packaging and Video

Areas of Training

  • Macintosh OSX
  • Layout and Design
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Adobe InDesign
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Screen Printing
  • Lithography
  • Desktop Publishing
  • Finishing

Instructors

Marquart, Jeff
Graphic Communications

Partner Links

Adobe Certification - Graphic Design & Illustration Using Adobe Illustrator

http://www.adobe.com/education/certification-programs/illustrator-exam-objectives.html

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