|Advertising Art & Design||Animation & Motion Graphics||Computer Graphics||Fashion Design & Merchandising||TV Production & Digital Film|
The students in Computer Graphics gain experience using such programs as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, QuarkXPress, and Dreamweaver. They also learn animation in their second year through the use of various programs such as Flash, Poser, and Bryce. In addition, students learn and follow the design process in each lesson. Equipped with the skills learned in class, the students are able to create professional quality work at both the individual and group level.
Aside from learning various programs and techniques, members of the class gain knowledge on both Macintosh and Windows platforms. The Computer Graphics classroom is equipped with fourteen computers, divided between the two operating systems. Scanners and digital cameras round out the latest technology available not only to the Computer Graphics students, but all students enrolled in the Communications Academy.
Together with the Advertising Art & Design and TV Production & Digital Film classes, the Computer Graphics class provides an enriching, realistic experience for students who wish to pursue a career in the communications field.