Creating compelling graphic materials is essential for the success of an organization's communications strategy. This workshop will empower attendees with fundamental design skills, including creating effective layouts, choosing and using fonts appropriately, and crafting materials adequately for print and web formats. This workshop will include a lecture with basic design theory and lots of real-world examples, as well as hands-on exercises and group discussions that will help solidify design concepts.
Date: Saturday November 28, 2015
Time: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: OISE room 5240, 252 Bloor Street West, University of Toronto, St. George Campus
Trainers: Tina Matei is a multidisciplinary designer and educator. She has worked on several campaigns for Greenpeace Canada, and is currently teaching Graphic Design at McMaster University. She holds an undergraduate degree from the York-Sheridan Design Program and has completed a Masters in Urban Design from University College London. Tina enjoys emplowering others through creative learning experiences.
Accessibiity: All workshops are held in wheelchair accessible rooms. The building includes single stall, gender neutral washrooms on some floors. More accessibility information will be made available once the room is confirmed.
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Tools for Change
Tools for Change is a project of OPIRG Toronto, Earthroots, Greenpeace Canada, OPIRG York, the Community Action Centre of the Student Association at George Brown College and No One Is Illegal (NOII). We help you develop skills to champion social, economic, and environmental justice. We host over 20 workshops a year. Workshop are offered on a sliding scale of $20, $30 and $50 and scholarships are available.
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