Introduction to Adobe Illustrator
Events Temporarily Postponed
Thu 01 Jan 1970
Commercial: £200* | Individual: £160* | 10% earlybird discount
10am - 5pm
In response to the developing coronavirus situation in the UK, Exeter Phoenix is currently closed to the public. This is a temporary measure and we reviewing this on a month-by-month basis. No events will be taking place during April the vast majority of events will be rescheduled for later in the year.
Please note that the team are working through rescheduling a very high volume of events, but please rest assured we will be in touch with all ticket holders in due course. Please bear with us during this time.
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Our Adobe Illustrator course is lead by our Adobe Certified Instructor, who has an in-depth knowledge of Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC and the workflow between these software packages. The session is taught on the latest version of Adobe Creative Cloud.
This course will offer an in-depth introduction to Adobe Illustrator and prepare you with an understanding of how to use the programme to benefit your work.
The workshop will teach you to:
Individual needs will be catered for where possible. All courses are taught on Apple Mac computers and skills learnt are transferable to PC. We highly recommend attending our Introduction to Apple Mac course if you are new to Apple Mac before attending any of our digital courses.
Workshop attendees get 10% off all food and hot drinks at the Café Bar.
Stimulating, exciting, creative
Well-structured, practical, illuminating
John Wigzell is a professional graphic designer based in Exeter, he is an Adobe Certified Instructor.
Originally trained in graphic design and photography, John has years of experience working with creative technology. He spent a number of years coordinating a digitisation project in the British Film Institutes Stills, Posters and Designs archive and has worked as a technical specialist in a busy design studio serving the UK Government. He now works as a graphic designer and website developer, and loves to share his knowledge of typography, publishing, digital imaging and web standards with anyone wholl listen.