DTP CoralDraw

About the Course/Course Objective

Desktop publishing refers to the design and production of publications using personal computers with graphics capability. Desktop Publishers create a number of materials, such as brochures, magazines, newspapers and books with the help of computer software programs. They are responsible for the entire implementation and design process from start to finish. Employers of DTP operators include printing, publishing, graphic design and advertising companies.


CorelDRAW is the first Graphics Suite with combined vector graphics software, Photo Paint program, font manager, and other common features found in all of the versions. It is more preferred for DTP designing. We will learn in the form of assignments, so that it will be easier for you to get hands-on with the tools, and be ready to step into your desired career!

Syllabus

Adobe Photoshop
Skills:
Working Place, Customizing, Image and Color Modifications, Case Study - Black & White to Color, Using the Brush and Paint, Working with Selections, Scaling, Knowing the Layers, Filter Gallery, Color Adjustments
Outputs:
Photo Manipulation, Photo Collage, Poster Design, Wedding Card.

CorelDraw

Skills:
Understanding the Color Palette, Working with the Objects, Understanding other controls (Layers and Tables)
Outputs:
Visiting Card, Sticker, Letterhead with Logo, Wedding Card, Flex Banner, Flyer with Coupon, Brochure

Detailed Syllabus:

DTP (CorelDraw)
Adobe Photoshop
>Basics of Photoshop
>Introduction
>The Working Place
>Customizing
>Image and Color Modifications
>Tools
>Using the Brush and Paint
>Working with Selections
>Scaling
>Knowing the Layers
>Filter Gallery
>Color Adjustments
>Settings
CorelDraw
>Getting Started with CorelDraw
>Introduction to CorelDRAW
>The CorelDRAW User Interface
>Understanding the Basics in CorelDRAW
>Working with the Page Set-Up
>Working with Files
>Understanding the basic controls
>Understanding the Viewing Options
>Psychology of colors
>Harmonious Colors
>Selecting colors
>Settings for Typing in Shree-Lipi
>Working with Tables
>Understanding the Color Palette
>Working with the Objects
>Understanding other controls (Layers and Tables)
>Other Features