Days: Dates and days vary (can be booked by request)
Times: Times vary (can be booked by request)
Age Range: 11 - 14
This is a 4-session online course aimed at students who want to enter the world of graphic and web design. Students will use the free version of Canva, (canva.com) to create a series of exciting and interactive digital products to preview online, download and share. Students will explore the features of an online design interface and use its tools to create a range of digital downloadable products.
In this lesson, students will look at the role of a graphic designer and discuss the ways that graphic design is used to promote and present information or products. Students will be introduced to the canva.com interface and begin to explore its features and tools. Students will think about being safe online, as well as considering copyright laws.
Students are encouraged to think of a scenario, activity, or company to create digital products for – they will then create a logo for their chosen scenario. This class will look at the different ways that logos can be added to a range of business products, including posters and merchandise.
This class will begin to explore the more advanced features of Canva, and students will use the app to create invitations to a business launch event, suitable for either on-screen display or download.
In this class, students will use continue to develop their skills and create a social media post to show off and promote their product or business. We will pull together different animation and text styles to impress potential clients. This class will investigate the many ways that companies and organisations use social media to influence potential clients and customers. Students will be encouraged to explore the Canva templates to continue creating more business documents, such as business cards and websites.
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This course is designed to run on a desktop PC or laptop. This course is NOT suitable for tablet or phone users. Students will need to have access to a free Canva account before the first session.