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Digital Art, Web and Graphic Design

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Digital Art

Grade Level: 9-12              RBV Graduation: Art/Elective         UC/CSU A-G: “F”            Click for: Video Description

Prerequisite: None           

Digital Arts is a one year course in painting and drawing on the computer using Photoshop, digital cameras, digital tablets and a stylus, and printers as a tools to create art and animations. Students will create posters, digital collages, greeting cards, T-shirts, and digital paintings. Hands on activities reinforce student creativity by applying elements of art and principles of design. Students acquire confidence in their technical skills and the understanding of the process of digital creativity. This course is a perfect introduction to self-expression.

Articulation: Palomar College Credit GC-IP 140



Graphic Design 1

Grade Level: 9-12              RBV Graduation: Art/Elective         UC/CSU A-G: “F”            Click for: Video Description

Prerequisite: None

Graphic Design I will prepare students to design and produce a variety of print and electronic media.  Techniques for planning, designing and creating illustrations, brochures, newspapers, flyers, advertisements, publications, and instructional materials are included in instruction. All aspects of graphic communications are explored in order to successfully deliver a message.  Students are prepared for entry-level positions in industry or advanced career technical studies at colleges and universities. Students produce real life projects based on industry standards that are visible throughout the school and community. 

Articulation: Palomar College Credit GC-IP 152



Graphic Design 2      

Grade Level:  11-12              RBV Graduation: Elective            UC/CSU A-G: None            Click for: Video Description

Prerequisite: Successful Completion of Graphic Design 1 

Graphic Design II is a course that provides advanced study in art, design and digital illustration and is available for students who wish to pursue Graphic Design as a career.



Web Publishing and Media Design 1

Grade Level: 9-12              RBV Graduation: Art/Elective                UC/CSU A-G: "F"            Click for: Video Description

Prerequisite: None 
Design websites and develop Apps for the Internet, tablets, or your phone. In this class, students learn how to create digital images, web pages and animations.  Learn how to write scripts and code, design websites, and use Photoshop to create graphics.  Web Publishing is for students who are interested in developing art from a digital perspective for interactive onscreen display.  In addition, you will use concepts unique to web publishing such as interface design and making motion graphics for game apps.  Careers in web design and development, information technology, e-journalism, new media, and graphic design are explored.  Develop your e-portfolio of digital designs!  Elective Credit & ROP Certificate.  Articulation: Palomar College Credit GC-MW 140



Web Publishing and Media Design 2

Grade Level: 10-12            RBV Graduation: Elective                UC/CSU A-G: None            Click for: Video Description

Prerequisite: Successful completion of Web Publishing & Media Design 1

Advanced studies in Web Design is available to students who have career interests in this field. Students continue their studies in Web Publishing by focusing on the development of a diverse portfolio.  Advanced studies in digital imaging, writing code, developing apps, designing webpages, creating interactive maps, and authoring animations for on-screen display.  Students use industry standard concepts unique to web publishing such as interface design and making motion graphics for game apps.  Careers in digital design, web development, information technology, e-journalism, media design, Geographic Information Systems (GIS), and graphic design are explored.