portfolio and presentation design
portfolio and presentation design

Portfolio Design Online Course • for the design and creative fields

To purchase access to the online course exercises and resources:

1 the basic Elements of graphic design necessary for cohesive and creative compositions

2 the use of Grids as primary organizational devices

3 the use of Typography to communicate information and at the same time express the design intention

4 the necessary use of thematic Variation as a way to create multiple iterations throughout the design process

5 defining a Strategy for compositional development and cohesion

6 the need to create Identity with logos, icons and descriptive titles

7 employing the Composition within and throughout the Portfolio or Presentation

8 Packaging the information for interviews, applications and distribution

What does the get graphic! course offer?

With an emphasis on visualization and representation techniques, get graphic! online gives you the tools to create a successful portfolio from start to finish. Exercises for creating each aspect of the design are given for you to practice and further develop. With each successive exercise the visual and dynamic qualities for successful and portfolio are enhanced. In all, eight crucial steps are explained with images and keyword descriptions, including:

 

1 the basic Elements of graphic design necessary for cohesive and creative compositions

2 the use of Grids as primary organizational devices

3 Typography and its potential to communicate information and express the design intention

4 the ability to select the best design from multiple Variations

5 defining a Strategy for developing consistency and continuity

6 the need to create Identity with logos, icons and descriptive titles

7 employing a wels-crafted Composition within and throughout the portfolio

8 Packaging the information for interviews, applications and distribution

 

The get graphic! online course incorporates the elements of graphic design in order to bring greater visual and navigational continuity to both a Printed and Web-based version of a portfolio. In particular, the necessity to acquire sophisticated presentation skills, enhanced by the capabilities of the digital environment has expanded design and creative fields to include a repertoire of skills more closely aligned with those in the field of graphic design. Integrating the elements of graphic design into the curriculum for students adds richness to the portfolio of design work and prepares them for the complex and competitive demands of the profession.

Enjoy the challenge and get graphic!  Barbara Ambach | baDesign