Monday, December 19, 2016

Most Challenging Graphic Designing Applications for Creative Output

Graphic design can be defined as the combination of scheduling, planning, coordinating, selecting and organizing a series of elements to generate visual objects intended to correspond specific messages to definite groups.

Main Components in Graphic Design

The main objective of a graphic composition is to convey the message via graphics. This information must be represented by different graphic elements which are:
  • Simple graphical elements: points and lines of all types like, free, straight, broken corners, etc...
  • Geometric elements, with or without boundary, polygons, circles, ellipses, ovals, etc...
  • Types: letters in different forms and structures, used to display text messages.
  • Use of graphics, logos, icons, illustrations, photographs etc...

Which Graphic Design Application to Choose?

One of the biggest challenges for a lot of graphic designers is what tool to choose in a specific situation. Different situations require use of different graphic design application for desired results. 
For example, one situation where Adobe Illustrator is used instead of Photoshop is logo design. This is because Photoshop is capable of producing vector graphics; this is not its main function. Illustrator, on the other hand deals vector graphics as its main function, and as a result it has more tools to produce scalable logos appropriately. 

Some of the Important Graphic Design Application and their uses

1. Adobe Photoshop
  • performs the digital artwork and photo manipulation jobs, such as removing people and objects from backgrounds etc.
  • edits images pixel by pixel
  • for adding filters and special effects
2. Adobe Illustrator
  • best for vector images which can be resized without loss of any quality
  • designs logos for a poster, and even potentially the title treatment
  • any iconic graphics (like an email, telephone, and web icons)
3. Adobe InDesign
  • best for multi-page projects and templates
  • for designing the layouts such as stationery, posters, packagings etc.
  • for designing a brochure, pocket folder or other print project that has large passages of text. InDesign is very handy because of its word wrap feature
  • better than other Adobe programs at creating .EPS files, one of the more ideal formats for print-ready artwork
  • can link elements from other programs without converting them to pixels
4. CorelDRAW
  • has provisions to customize the interface to a greater extent
  • is good as it offers auto-backups for all files
  • recommended for large signboards, billboards, products and packaging etc.
  • for creating typefaces and fonts
It’s important for a graphic designer to have a proper understanding of which software is appropriate to use in any given situation.

The best way to get a grasp on all these tools is by getting trained from a profession Graphic Design Institute. Just because you may have more knowledge in one application does not mean that tool will produce the best results.

Getting trained from a graphic design institute will help an individual in understanding the difference among these Graphic Design Applications and their usage as well.

ADMEC Multimedia Institute is one of the renowned Graphic Design Institute offering various short term and long term graphic design courses. They not only help in understanding the in-depth concepts for each graphic design application but making every student work on live projects.

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