MBA in Creative Arts, Design and Animation: Level 1 – Part 1, Anyone can Design: Graphic Design Certification (2021)
Welcome to the incredible series-based course – “MBA in Creative Arts, Design and Animation: Level 1 – Part 1”.
We know that design helps us understand the world better, and its patterns allow us to keep up with the times. You should always be conscious of the latest trends in graphic design, whether you are a designer, developer, or a newbie. This course is a testament to the latest trends in the field of graphic design, this year.
Understanding the Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered graphic design tools that aid in the essence of changing styles helps us create better designs, maintain a high level of our work, and receive positive feedback.
This new course focussed on “Anyone can Design: Graphic Design Certification (2021)” as part of the series created by Digital Marketing Legend “Srinidhi Ranganathan” teaches you to create any type of graphics for social media posts at great speeds in 2021 and beyond.
Create and publish images for social media, blogs, ads, and more at incredible speeds. You will be learning about an automated social media design and promotion platform with easy tools to create and come up with 100,000+ post ideas. After this, you can schedule your stunning posts across social networks. The tools that are taught have an integrated photo stock library that contains 100,000+ images – illustrations and photo backgrounds you can use. They contain a cloud-based online graphic editor, an optimal timing tool to figure out audience engagement, and also user collaboration features to accelerate your business with social networks by collaborating with your graphic or content team for designs.
Are you ready to create posts that go viral on social media today? Get a head-start by learning about great tools that offer pre-made templates and high-res stock photos in-built within. Click on the enrol button and let’s start rolling.
There is no time to wait as this course may have the potential to go viral in the graphic design industry, globally.