Multimedia design

April 29, 2015

The multimedia design class is taught by Jeremy Wooten. The class is about learning Adobe Design and Illustrator on the PC. Photoshop is when you take photos and you adjust them by changing backgrounds and effects of the picture. Illustrator is used for making logos and cartoons, the use for the application is endless.

 “The class is about taking photos and enhancing them, making adjustments to them, and taking out backgrounds and add effects to make the picture look better and that is first semester, in second semester they use Illustrator to create logos for companies and web pages,” said Wooten.

This class counts for elective credits and it is a year long class.

 “Colleges look at this class for kids who want variety and have the necessary skills,” said Wooten.

 This class can open doors to different jobs that are needed in the world. Wooten is looking for students who want to learn Photoshop skills, but anybody who has the desire to learn can take this class.

“This class is great you get to design anything you want to and you get to make brand logos and cartoons in the second semester so it brightens the end of the school year,” said Chris Gardea (11).

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