Computer Graphics is a half year, half credit course taught by the Department of Technology at John Jay. Computer Graphics is designed for anyone interested in designing graphics for print communications, journalism, the web, or photography.
Students will develop computer vocabulary related to concepts, aesthetics, and technical skills related to computer graphic technology. Upon successful completion, students will be able to take the Web Design & Production class offered during the Spring semester.
• History and Evolution of Graphic Communications
• Computer Animation
• Screen Process Printing
• Bitmap and Vector image creation
• Printing and Scanning Technology
• Digital Photography
• Software: Adobe Photoshop CS5, Illustrator CS5, and Microsoft Office