Courses Single Graphic Design 2
Courses Single Graphic Design 1


Our Graphic Design ( UI / UX ) Course Overview

Graphic Design

Graphic design is a creative and practical discipline that involves creating visual content for various media, including print, digital, and social platforms. The syllabus covers a range of essential topics and skills. Here's a concise summary of the syllabus.

This syllabus provides students with a comprehensive foundation in graphic design, encompassing both
the artistic and technical aspects, enabling them to create visual content for a variety of purposes and


Entry Requirements:

  • Applicant must have completed a basic form of education or higher.
  • Have basic knowledge in computer usage.
  • Ability to read and write in English.


Graphic Design - Course Outline

1. Introduction to Graphic Design

An overview of the role of graphic design in visual communication and its impact on marketing and branding.

2. Design Fundamentals

Principles of design, including composition, color theory, typography, contrast, and balance.

3. Visual Communication:

Understanding how to convey messages, ideas, and emotions effectively through visual elements.

4. Adobe Creative Suite

Instruction on using graphic design software tools, such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign.

5. Digital Imaging

Techniques for working with and manipulating images, including retouching and image editing.

6. Typography and Layout

Exploring the art of typography and its application in creating visually appealing layouts.

7. Branding and Identity

Creating and maintaining brand identities, including logos, style guides, and brand consistency.

8. Print Design

Designing for printed materials, such as brochures, posters, business cards, and packaging.

9. Web and Mobile Design

Designing websites, mobile apps, and responsive digital content.

10. User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) Design

Understanding principles of UX and UI to create intuitive and user-friendly digital interfaces.

11. Motion Graphics and Animation

Basics of creating animations, motion graphics, and video content.

12. Design for social media

Creating content optimized for social media platforms, including posts, banners, and stories.

13. Illustration and Vector Graphics

Creating vector-based artwork for various applications.

14. Print Production

Preparing graphic designs for print production, including understanding file formats, color profiles, and pre-press considerations.

15. Design Ethics and Copyright

Exploring ethical considerations in design, copyright issues, and respecting intellectual property.

16. Portfolio Development

Creating a professional portfolio showcasing a range of design projects.

17. Freelancing and Client Communication

Strategies for working as a freelance graphic designer, managing clients, and project coordination.

18. Design Trends and Industry Insights

Staying current with design trends, emerging technologies, and industry developments.

We offer variety of classes to suit all types of students.

Our classes


We offer weekday classes to provide flexibility and convenience for individuals who prefer to dedicate their weekdays to learning and professional development in the field of IT.

Morning Session 9 am - 12 noon
Afternoon 1 pm - 4 pm
Evening Session 5 pm - 8 pm
Lab Work ( 1 Hour )


We offer weekend classes to accommodate individuals with busy schedules, allowing them to pursue their passion for IT and advance their skills without disrupting their weekday commitments.

Morning Session 8 am - 12 pm
Afternoon 1 pm - 5 pm
Lab Work ( 1 Hour )

Pathway to beyond excellence

What you should know about our Graphic Design course


Certification Standard


Practical Hands-On Labs

12 weeks

Course Duration