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05 May 21
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There are many skills a Graphic Designer will need when they step into the industry. The first is the ability to put pen to paper.
Tapping into your imagination, having an eye for what looks good and being able to convey your ideas successfully is essential. The industry will struggle to accept a Graphic Designer who isn’t creative in imagination and action.
However, one of the most sought-after skills is the ability to use the Adobe Suite. It has become easier for students to access these types of software with the introduction of the Creative Cloud and student-friendly priced subscriptions. Still, some Universities like the University of Bolton provide students with access through their computer suites.
The Adobe Suite consists of 22 different applications, all of which have a different focus on how to assist you and your creativity. Here are the most common applications and their primary use:
Mastering each of these applications is something you will have the opportunity to learn while you study, but you must practise in order to become skilled. Knowing how to use the above tools is essential, but it is also crucial you know what the other 17 software’s do.
By becoming familiar with the Adobe Suite, you can produce high-quality content from the start of your career and create a broader range of creative solutions.
If you’re interested in Graphic Design, you can find more information about the courses here.