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Four earn PCA&D certificates in Digital Design-Print

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Tuesday, May 8th, 2018

The following students have earned their Digital Design: Print Certificate through the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design’s Continuing Education Program:

  • Frances Denlinger, Conestoga
  • Dan East, Lititz,
  • Luling Li, Kenhorst
  • Jenna Hoffman, Dillsburg

PCA&D’s Digital Design in Print certificate teaches the skills needed to design and produce work specifically for print, like magazines, postcards, and marketing materials. Using state-of-the-art graphic software programs, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, and Adobe- Photoshop for image editing.   The certificate focuses on  Design Principles and Typography, offering a foundation for design work. Students graduate from the program with a micro-credential allowing them to pursue a new career or take on new roles with their current employer.

All courses are taught by working professionals, enabling  students to gain valuable insight into the design industry.

The Digital Design: Print Certificate is one of six certificates offered by PCA&D’s Continuing Education Program. Others include

PCA&D recognizes the need for continuing education throughout one’s career. Whether to enhance skills to increase marketability, gain new skills for job promotion, or take a completely new track for a career change, PCA&D’s certificate program is structured with adult students’ lifestyles and commitments in mind.

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