The Computer Graphics and Animation industry is full of promise. Not only movies, computer graphics and animation are used in broadcasting, games, theme parks, industrial animation, virtual reality, and scientific and medical research. There is also a very heavy use of computer graphics in the design sector including in automotive design, consumer products, industrial design and interactive design. All graphic design jobs require attention to detail, design sense, problem solving skills, and up to date knowledge of the latest software. Our Artistic Design programs nurture the creative streaks of the students to make creative professionals in 2D graphics, Web designing, Modeling and Animation. The students are put in the loop of continuous learning concerning 2D, 3D, Visual Effects etc in a simulated way. The courses let the functional skill to follow the special interest offering instant gratification to the creative quest.

Web Design

Adobe Dreamweaver


Adobe Dreamweaver is a web design and development application that provides a visual and a code editor with standard features such as syntax highlighting, code completion, and code collapsing as well as more sophisticated features such as real-time syntax checking and code introspection. The Design view facilitates rapid layout design and code generation as it allows users to create and manipulate the layout of HTML elements. Dreamweaver features an integrated browser for previewing developed webpages in the program’s own preview pane in addition to allowing content to be open in locally installed web browsers.

Why should you learn?

Dreamweaver is a Web design software program you can use to create sophisticated pages for display on the World Wide Web.

ou can use Dreamweaver to create HTML pages, as well as files in different formats

Dreamweaver is the most popular Web design program among professional Web designers.

Learning Dreamweaver will uplift your professional career with a leap

Learning Objectives:

At CADD Centre, we help you master the following compatibilities of Dreamweaver:

  • Web applications
  • Table and properties
  • Workflow in Dreamweaver
  • Text and Formatting types
  • Layout pages
  • Image and maps
  • Frameset
  • Snippets
  • Site definition
  • Testing Websites
  • Defining FTP Server
  • Uploading
  • Project
Adobe Flash


Short for Adobe Flash, Flash is a software program that allows users to create animated works that are typically saved as .FLV and can be viewed over the Internet. It was originally developed by FutureWave, (known as Future Splash Animator) then was later renamed and introduced to the public as Macromedia Flash 1.0 in 1996, shortly after the Macromedia purchased the product. Later in April 2005, Adobeannounced plans to purchase Macromedia, which was finalized and completed by the end of 2005.

Why should you learn?

Commonly used for creating vector graphics animation, games and rich Internet applications(RIAs) that can be viewed, played and executed in Adobe Flash Player.

Flash is frequently used to add streamed video or audio players, advertisement and interactive multimedia content to web pages, although usage of Flash on websites is declining.

Flash is as easy as it is diverse, with several professional paths available to those versatile with the program.

There’s a great demand for Flash artists who can make convincing Web advertisements. Flash is something every site and every Web user is likely to have, so its technological reach is vast.

Learning Objectives:

  • Introduction to General work flow of 2D Animation
  • Creating Drawings
  • Lasso Tool File
  • Create Drawing in stage using Pen Tool
  • Time line Effects
  • Applying Filters
  • Detailing about Timeline
  • Layer
  • Animating Objects alongpath-Motion Guide
  • Animating Gradients
  • Working with Text-Static
  • Working with multiple scenes
  • Creating animations for web Sites
  • Projects

Learning Outcome:

  • You will quickly design product concepts because you can use scanned 3D data, imported images, or simple sketches to demonstrate the initial concept.
  • You will create an electronic workflow that will cover all tasks right from conception of design, to prototyping to testing for the manufacturability of your design.
  • You will keep all your design data and design intellectual property in multiple file formats and manage them in a safe, centralized place. You can let your team collaborate with you at any stage of product development.


Graphic Design

Adobe Illustrator


Illustrator is a vector drawing program. It is often used to draw illustrations, cartoons, diagrams, charts and logos. Unlike bitmap images that stores information in a grid of dots, Illustrator uses mathematical equations to draw out the shapes. This makes vector graphics scalable without the loss of resolution.

  • Shortened design cycle
  • Increased productivity of engineers and designers
  • Faster delivery of innovative products

Why should you learn?

Adobe Illustrator is a professional quality graphic art program. Its applications are diverse, from creating print to web graphics and, for our purposes, posters.

Although the program is complex and requires a significant amount of time to truly master, it is quite easy to learn the basics and create work with a professional appearance.

Designing a poster in these days does not require any special artistic talent or skills if you have the knowledge of Illustrator.

Learning Objectives:

At CADD Centre, we help you master the following compatibilities of Illustrator:

  • Introduction to Adobe About Illustrator
  • Detailing about Vector
  • New Document and features
  • Understanding the Menu
  • Selection tools & other
  • Drawing tools
  • Working with Layers
  • Painting tools
  • Symbol tools
  • Working with Effects
  • File menu
  • Projects
Adobe Indesign


InDesign, Adobe’s replacement for PageMaker, is an industry-standard desktop publishing program. Its uses range from print production to digital publishing. Primarily used for layout rather than as a content-creation tool, InDesign has is used to combine text, images, vectors and other prepared content into a finished product for publishing. The newest versions of InDesign allow for a variety of digital publication methods ranging from interactive PDFs to full-fledged iPad applications.

Why should you learn?

In InDesign, the graphics are placed and laid out in a form that REAL professional designers know works in an effective way to get a particular message across.

It has very powerful text tools and style sheets to make a lot of typesetting operations a LOT easier. Multipage documents, such as books and magazines, as well as newspapers and catalogues can be quickly laid out, as this application was, specifically designed to do.

While InDesign can make a few, simple vector graphics, these functions are severely limited. And there is no way InDesign can make color corrections like Photoshop can do.

This is the standard in most of the Magazine printing industry. You are doing yourself a favor by learning InDesign.

Learning Objectives:

At CADD Centre, we help you master some of the following features of Indesign:

  • About InDesign and Interface
  • Control palette and features
  • Tool palette and features
  • Working with colors
  • Type menus
  • File arrangement
  • Long document feature
  • Prepress, Preflight and Printing
  • Methods and media
Adobe Photoshop


Photoshop is considered one of the leaders in photo editing software. The software allows users to manipulate, crop, resize, and correct color on digital photos. The software is particularly popular amongst professional photographers and graphic designers.

Why should you learn?

Adobe Photoshop is the most popular program for creating and modifying images for the web.

This is true not only because Photoshop is available on a wide array of platforms ranging from Mac to Windows to UNIX, but because after four generations of development, Adobe Photoshop has the most intuitive user interface, the most complete set of tools, and the largest number of reference books around.

In fact, as Deke McClelland says in Photoshop 3 Bible, “Some estimates say that Photoshop sales exceed those of all of its competitors combined.”

Learning Objectives:

At CADD Centre, we help you master the following compatibilities of Photoshop:

  • Introduction to Vector and Raster graphics
  • Resolution, Creating canvas and customizing
  • Working with different file formats JPEG, BMP, TIFF, PNG.
  • Using Selection Tool
  • Keyboard shortcuts.
  • Creating designs using Brush
  • Clone stamp Tool and other tools
  • Working different shapes and symbols
  • Working with layers and masks
  • Working with image and color correction
  • Using filters and actions
  • Project


CorelDraw isa vector graphics software which is more of a graphics suite than just a single, simple program, providing many features for users to edit graphics, including contrast adjustment, color balancing, adding special effects like borders to images, and it is capable of working with multiple layers and multiple pages.

Why should you learn?

This flexible design application can help you create complex drawings with multiple layers and details.

You can add richness and a dimensional effect to your drawings by implementing the tools.
Many graphic designers rely on the power of CorelDraw when crafting company logos for their valued clientele. You can also make logos that embody the best attributes of any business.

AutoCAD is another popular software program that is commonly used by architects, engineers and other designers. When you choose CorelDraw, you’ll be able to work with and make changes to imported AutoCAD design drawings.

Learning Objectives:

At CADD Centre, we help you master the following compatibilities of Coreldraw:

  • About Vector & Raster images
  • Drawing tools
  • Smart drawing
  • Mesh tool
  • Pages and editing
  • Layout and menus
  • Bitmap menus
  • Text menu
  • Effects menu
  • Tools menu
  • Enhanced printing techniques
  • Project


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