New Horizons offers a full suite of graphic and web design classes from the top vendors of design and media software, including Microsoft and Adobe. These hands-on courses are available in multiple delivery formats and for an array of users.
Whether you have an in-house staff of web designers, graphic artist and video editors, or you have a staff member in a cross-functional role who needs basic knowledge, your Account Executive can help you determine a training plan that fits the needs of your organization.
Use Adobe Acrobat to make the information more portable, accessible, and useful to meet the needs of the target audience.
With Dreamweaver, you can design, build and upload a website.
Fireworks allows you to create vector graphics, edit bitmap graphics, optimize images, create and assign rollover effects, and create multiple pages for the web.
With Flash you can create and manipulate a wide variety of objects ranging from simple graphic designs to complex animation sequences.
In Illustrator you can create complex illustrations, manage color across a range of devices, work with graphs and variables, control how illustrations appear on print and the web, and preview them on mobile devices.
InDesign allows you to create and deliver eye-catching printed documents.
With PhotoShop you will learn to use layers and to apply layer effects and filters for creating special effects. Photoshop also allows you to use painting tools and blending modes to enhance the appearance of your design, and much more.
Use InfoPath to gather and share information by creating and implementing XML-based forms.
In SharePoint Designer, you'll learn to navigate and use the Ribbon interface, new features from Designer, what changes have been made to the actions and conditions of workflows, how to build external content types, and how to modify Out Of the Box Workflows.
Visio allows you to design and manage basic diagrams, workflows, and flowcharts.
This is the foundational web technology used to create your own functional web pages using markup languages Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML), and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).