Web & Graphic Design

Delaware College of Art and Design
"The instructor was super prepared and went above and beyond to help us learn and understand the subject."
Angela M.
Website Design and Graphic Design

For those interested in visual communication via the web or print, DCAD offers introductory and advanced classes to enable students to keep abreast of the latest technology through small, personalized classes taught by working professionals in each field.  Through demonstrations, discussions and hands-on, project-focused work, students build their creative toolbox.
All Continuing Education students have the opportunity to exhibit their work within DCAD’s Toni & Stuart B. Young Gallery at the annual Continuing Education Exhibition.

Classes are open to the community as part-time, non-degree courses of study.

Join us!  Whether you are interested in sharpening your skills, enhancing your artistic abilities, or advancing your career, we have classes that fit your interests and schedule.  For information, advisement or a tour, contact jcampbell@dcad.edu at 302.622.8867 x.110.

Register online or via phone at 302.622.8867 ext. 110.


Classes include:

NEW From Copyrights to Contracts 

NEW Design a Logo for Your Business 

NEW Digital Painting with PhotoShop

Adobe InDesign I

Adobe InDesign II

Adobe Illustrator I

Adobe Illustrator II

Adobe Photoshop I - MAC sec B

Adobe Photoshop II - MAC sec B

Adobe Photoshop I - PC sec C

Adobe Photoshop II - PC sec C

Web Design Fundamentals

Portfolio Workshop for Web & Graphic Design

Web Animation: Flash & HTML I

Web Animation: Flash & HTML II

Javascript for Non-Programmers

Introduction to Graphic Design for Web and Print

Basic Layout & Typography for Web and Print



Rob Whitehead


Saturday, Feb. 15; 1 – 5 PM

NON–CREDIT Tuition: $65

Painting with Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud will begin with one of your own photos that you wish to convert to a digital painting. From there you will learn about proper brush selection, color selection & mixing, which details to keep and which to lose in your finished piece; creating a pleasing rendition of your original photograph. Because this workshop is focused on teaching techniques for digital painting in Photoshop, it is highly recommended that you are already familiar with Photoshop before getting started. This workshop will focus on a using a landscape image for the class tutorial as opposed to a portrait photo. If you do not have an original landscape image, one will be provided by the instructor.

Brad Wason
Saturday, Feb. 15; 1 – 5 PM
NON–CREDIT Tuition: $65
This one day workshop will explore the business side of design, with a concentration on how to develop and write a contract, what key elements should be addressed, as well as basic copyright
law. Through discussion, review of case-studies and Q&A, students will explore business considerations such as licenses, pricing and hourly rates.

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