Intermediate Diploma

Graphic Design

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Graphic Design

🏠 Hebron, Al-Haras


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Academic Plan

The Graphic Design Diploma program includes many technical and artistic skills, from designing books, magazines, and publications to creating rules for using and organizing visual identity for exhibitions, companies, and marketing products to animating graphic shows for television and others. This helps graduates succeed in the ever-changing labor market.

Graphic design is a creative and professional art that emphasizes visual design and its outcomes. The design may use symbols, pictures, phrases, or words. Modern technologies like visual arts and calligraphy may also create an integrated visual impression to spread ideas.

Most of these designs—advertisements and product forms, posters and book covers, periodicals to promote stores, and many others—are part of the graphic design major, giving designers a lot of room to experiment with creative ideas.

• Designing and implementing various graphic design-related publications and designs.
• Providing graduates with the ability and proficiency to work in all areas of digital image processing.
• Processing audio and video for interactive graphic designs of various sizes.
• Graphic design using image processing, merging, illustration, and montage.
• using graphic creative models to solve problems and create graphic design models.
• Building models and interactive designs for promotional publications and graphic design.
• Using ready-made design tools to generate graphics, promotional publications, and interactive media.
• Acquire classical technical drawing skills and study two-dimensional and three-dimensional computer drawing applications.
• Studying digital imaging, picture processing, publishing art, and modifying it on a computer.
• Training in art creation for newspapers, ads, educational and entertainment programs, and promotional art exhibits.
• Providing students with the knowledge and abilities needed to develop their mental and creative capacities to meet market requirements.
• Organizing design exhibits, workshops, conferences, and seminars locally, regionally, and internationally.

• Advertising.
• Production of television programming and video editing.
• Public or private institutions and the graduate’s own work
• Books, publishing, printing presses, and newspapers.
• Graphic design offices, printing presses, and educational institutions.
• The packaging and pamphlet sector.

This program consists of (two) academic years, with a total of (76) credit hours.

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Examples of students work