- Welcome to the Course!
- Introduction to Photoshop Interface
- Setting Working Space and Guides
- Working with Text
- Layers and Repeating Background
- Editing Layers for Visual Impact
- Creating Spine and Working with Groups
- Finalizing the Project
This class focuses on the study of the thought processes and aesthetics in the production of visual media in the form of a book cover from initial concept through development to actual construction.
Students will develop hands-on design and development skills using the latest industry leading software tools i.e Adobe Photoshop.
Students will create a real world, portfolio-quality project (A Book Cover) using Adobe Photoshop.
This class assumes no prior knowledge of Adobe Photoshop. All you need as a student in this course is a good working computer, Adobe Photoshop and a mind ready to learn.
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Monalidor Symposium was created by Moses Nandi, a tech aficionado, online instructor who is excited about creating content that resonates with students especially those who are just beginning their journey.
Monalidor Symposium aims at creating useful online courses and resources. We believe "a good online course should simplify things and cut through the information to find what is important".
We provide short and sweet online courses which act as an efficient way for learners to achieve their desired outcome.
We promise never to bore you with super long courses that will put you in a 'tutorial purgatory' where everything you do is consume the lessons that never end without actually making or building your own thing. After completing Monalidor Symposium courses you will be confident about creating your own projects, this is the vision we stand for.
The Pareto principle, also known as 80/20 rule forms the basis of Monalidor Symposium teaching philosophy. It's not about the quantity but more about the quality of information. What students really need to know is only a small fraction of all the information that is shared out there.
Welcome! ... We mean it.