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Graphic Design Course

The Graphic Design course had a clear objective of equipping participants with the necessary skills to effectively utilize graphic design tools and software. Throughout the course, participants were introduced to the fundamentals of graphic design and learned how to create their own designs using open-source graphic design software like GIMP and Inkscape.

The course began by covering the essential principles of graphic design, including color theory, typography, composition, and layout. Participants gained a solid understanding of these principles and how they contribute to creating visually appealing designs.

Hands-on practical exercises were an integral part of the course. Participants were given various design assignments to apply their knowledge and skills. They learned how to work with different file formats, understand resolution, and optimize images for various platforms and purposes. These practical topics were crucial in ensuring that participants could produce high-quality designs suitable for both print and digital media.

By the end of the course, participants had not only gained proficiency in using graphic design software but also developed a strong foundation in graphic design principles and techniques. They were able to create visually appealing designs that effectively communicated messages and captured attention.

The Graphic Design course was a valuable learning experience, providing participants with the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue careers in graphic design or enhance their existing design skills. The course was designed to be accessible to individuals with varying levels of experience in graphic design, ensuring that everyone could benefit from the training.

This project is implemented in partnership with the United Nations Migration Agency and with support from the European Union

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