Advanced Diploma In Graphic Design

Duration: 2 Years course

Eligibility: 10th Class

Awarding Body: Lakhotia College of Design

Master the Art of Visual Communication: Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design

Elevate your creative journey with Lakhotia College's Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design, a comprehensive two-year program designed to harness your artistic talents and transform them into powerful visual communication tools.

In a world dominated by visual experiences, the ability to convey ideas effectively through design is paramount. The Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design at Lakhotia College empowers you with the skills and knowledge to excel in this dynamic field. Over two enriching years, you'll immerse yourself in the realms of design theory, digital tools, and creative problem-solving.

Why Choose the Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design at Lakhotia College:

  • Holistic Curriculum: Our curriculum covers a spectrum of design principles, typography, branding, layout design, and digital illustration.
  • Hands-on Experience: Engage in practical projects that mirror real-world scenarios, building a robust portfolio along the way.
  • Industry Expert Faculty: Learn from experienced professionals who share their insights, ensuring you're well-prepared for the industry.
  • Cutting-edge Tools: Access to industry-standard software and design tools, honing your digital skills.
  • Industry Connections: Collaborate with design studios and agencies through internships and workshops.
  • Career Prospects: As a graduate, you'll be equipped to pursue roles in graphic design, advertising, branding, and more.

Emerge as a skilled visual communicator, ready to shape the aesthetics of the world with Lakhotia College's Advanced Diploma in Graphic Design. Join us to refine your creative voice, master design techniques, and embark on a fulfilling career journey in the realm of visual storytelling. Your artistic evolution starts here.


Semester 1: Foundation of Graphic Design

Introduction to Animation and Multimedia: Historical overview, current trends, and future projections in the industry.

  • Introduction to Graphic Design: Evolution, principles, and significance of graphic design in various industries.
  • Design Theory and Visual Communication: Understanding design elements, principles, and their effective application.
  • Typography and Type Design: Exploring fonts, type anatomy, and creative use of typography in design.
  • Digital Illustration Fundamentals: Basics of digital drawing and illustration using software like Adobe Illustrator.
  • Color Theory and Application: Understanding color psychology, harmony, and its role in visual communication.
  • Visual Identity and Branding: Introduction to creating cohesive brand identities through design.

Semester 2: Advanced Design Techniques

Introduction to Animation and Multimedia: Historical overview, current trends, and future projections in the industry.

  • Layout Design and Composition: Mastery of layout principles, grid systems, and visual hierarchy.
  • Digital Imaging and Photo Manipulation: Advanced techniques using Adobe Photoshop for image manipulation.
  • Print Design and Publication: Designing for print media including magazines, brochures, and posters.
  • Packaging Design: Exploring the art of creating visually appealing packaging for products.
  • User Experience (UX) Design: Basics of creating user-centric digital interfaces and interactive prototypes.
  • Design Ethics and Copyright: Understanding ethical considerations in design and intellectual property rights.

Semester 3: Specializations and Project Development

Introduction to Animation and Multimedia: Historical overview, current trends, and future projections in the industry.

  • Specialization Elective: Choose a specialization track ( Branding, Web Design, Advertising).
  • Advanced Illustration Techniques: Developing intricate illustrations for various applications.
  • Motion Graphics and Animation: Introduction to creating dynamic motion graphics using software like After Effects.
  • Web Design Fundamentals: Basics of designing user-friendly and responsive websites.
  • Client Communication and Project Management: Enhancing interpersonal skills and managing design projects.
  • Industry Seminars and Workshops: Learning from guest speakers and industry experts.

Semester 4: Internship and Portfolio Development

Introduction to Animation and Multimedia: Historical overview, current trends, and future projections in the industry.

  • Industry Internship (2 Months): Apply your skills in a professional design setting.
  • Capstone Project Initiation: Defining the scope of your final project, aligning with your chosen specialization.
  • Project Research and Planning: Gathering resources, conducting market analysis, and creating a project plan.
  • Project Execution and Refinement: Developing and refining your capstone project under faculty guidance.
  • Career Development and Networking: Job search strategies, resume building, and networking insights.
  • Portfolio Presentation and Exhibition: Showcase your portfolio and capstone project to peers and professionals.

Career Path

  • Graphic Designer: Craft visually engaging designs for print and digital media, encompassing branding, marketing collateral, and more.
  • Web Designer: Create user-centric and visually appealing websites, focusing on layout, navigation, and user experience.
  • UI/UX Designer: Design intuitive and user-friendly interfaces for digital products, ensuring seamless user interactions.
  • Illustrator: Specialize in creating intricate illustrations for books, magazines, advertisements, and digital platforms.
  • Packaging Designer: Develop eye-catching packaging designs that enhance the appeal and marketability of products.
  • Art Director: Lead creative teams, oversee design projects, and maintain a consistent visual style across campaigns.
  • Branding Specialist: Shape brand identities through logo design, visual guidelines, and brand collateral.
  • Motion Graphics Artist: Create dynamic motion graphics for videos, advertisements, and multimedia presentations.
  • Print Production Manager: Oversee the printing process, ensuring quality and consistency in printed materials.
  • Freelancer: Enjoy the flexibility of freelancing, taking on diverse projects and clients, and managing your own creative business.
  • Digital Marketing Designer: Design visually compelling content for digital marketing campaigns, social media, and online advertisements.
  • Advertising Creative: Develop attention-grabbing visuals and concepts for advertising campaigns.
  • User Interface Designer: Focus on crafting user-friendly and visually appealing interfaces for software applications and digital platforms.
  • Illustration for Children's Books: Create illustrations that bring children's stories to life, capturing young imaginations.
  • Educator or Trainer: Share your expertise by becoming a graphic design instructor at design institutes or online platforms.


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