Transition from web graphics to print

Discussion in 'Graphic Design' started by webstudent123, Jul 5, 2010.

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  1. webstudent123

    webstudent123 New Member

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    Hey all, I would currently consider myself a good graphic artist for web design, but am seeing a lot of job offers in my area for print design graphic work- Currently I only use photoshop and would like to learn more about illustrator and inDesign-

    Any suggestiosn on good beginner tutorials..?
     
  2. zhoom

    zhoom New Member

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  3. anna

    anna New Member

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    Lynda.com is also a very valuable resource, they offer tutorials for a reasonable monthly fee ($25/month).
     
  4. evocrim

    evocrim New Member

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    If you're familliar with Photoshop you'll ease into Illustrator and Indesign

    For a career move into print publishing you MUST learn Quark Xpress which will be a departure.
     
  5. anna

    anna New Member

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    Quark and ID are layout programs. There are pro's and con's for using both so let's not get into a "which program is superior" argument...

    I'm not going to tell you that you MUST learn either program. I would suggest learning an illustration and layout program. Which ones you choose to learn depends on the job(s) of course.
     

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