Design

IF YOU CAN DREAM IT, YOU CAN DO IT

WALT DISNEY

A designer is a person, who gives us a specific form or a graphic image of his/her idea. A graphic design specialist chooses and combines different visual elements (fonts, images, colors, shapes, etc.) and shares them with the audience. While a 3D designer creates 3D objects, landscapes and creatures. GeoLab offers several design courses:

There’s a basic course of polygraphic design in GeoLab and a professional interface design (mobile applications, website, etc.) program as well. In the first case, the students design posters, booklets and other polygraphic products, while in the second case, they create their own website and mobile application designs and icons. In both cases, the main working tool is Adobe Illustrator, however, during the course the students also work with other graphic design programs, such as Adobe Photoshop.

GeoLab also offers another design course. This is a professional course in 3D design, which teaches the students how to create spatial objects, their animations and visualizations. During this course, the students use Cinema 4D, which is an ideal program for the abovementioned tasks. With this high-level 3D tool, it is possible to make tv spots, short video products and game characters.