Introduction to graphic design - the CorelDraw Design

Introduction to Graphical Design: Corel Draw

This is one of the many entrepreneurial businesses one can take up and earn cool bucks out of.  Graphical design involves the use of certain platforms to create an alteration to a given graphic. It can therefore be deduced that graphics consists mainly of pictures.

It, therefore, implies that we shall be talking about how we can edit and make designs of many pictorial representations using some of the graphical design platforms like CorelDraw, Photoshop, etc.

It is one thing to be a good graphical designer and another issue to create in one’s design. This is a major attribute of a graphical designer, being able to reason out ways to make different graphics conform to each other and produce a good exhilarating design.

CorelDraw X3 Working Interface

The first graphical design interface we will be discussing is the CORELDRAW.

This is one of the most known graphical design software which designers use to make their designs. It normally allows for the user to create a series of exciting designs. The first tab contains a tray where the layout, view, and editing of the design properly take place.

One can choose the format or paper type of the design he/she wants ranging from A1-A6 and also the scale based on preference. It also consists of a button under File for the saving of the already editing or designed drawing or photo.

Here, one can use any of the available tabs to make circles, draw different polygons, create sentences, and even make curves. The different purposes range from color application and manipulation, freehand sketches, and returning to the default window.

There is also the color section where one can choose from dozens of types of colors applicable to what he/she is designing. That will be all for now as we will make our first design in the next chapter of our tutorial series.
Nwachukwu Excel

Hy, am Nwachukwu Excel of Trillionclues; a student blogger, web developer and an internet Geek.

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