July 18, 2013

My Graphic Design Certificate

Over the last two years, I’ve been taking courses at George Brown for Graphic Design. I finished my last class in March.

People who have followed my work over the last few years have undoubtedly noticed a huge shift in quality. In 2011, I considered myself someone who could put together a pretty good book in InDesign and craft an all-right cover for it. Today, I have the fundamentals down in all three of Adobe’s major creative apps. George Brown’s classes have all helped me in getting me here. Without them, I wouldn’t have the job I have today. I wouldn’t be able to put something like Lattice together. I wouldn’t have this blog. I’ll be returning next year after my wedding for some of the advanced classes. Can’t wait.


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