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There are reasons why people pay money to learn graphic design in school. So they can learn "from scratch" how to be a graphic designer, including principles and tools. With all due respect, I feel you need to carefully re-read the answers you have gotten here. Then do more research yourself. For example, go to job search websites and see what skills are ...


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After 15 years in the field i would say the very short answer is to learn the Adobe Suite, mainly Photoshop, Illustrator and Indesign. Some might argue this for various reasons, but generally these apps are currently the top 3 tools for professional designers. At the same time you need to get some work done for some friends or whoever is willing to give you ...


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I'm posting a very limited answer because the real scope of it. I want to learn Graphic Design from scratch and be job ready in this field. I must say I have lived all my life doing "graphic design" "related" things, for example in high school one periodic table that was stoled two days after by a fan. I studied 4 years in the university, and worked on ...


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I have been in the graphic design business for a while (1986), and right now, my programs of choice are Adobe In-Design, Photoshop and Illustrator. I am using the Cloud version of all of these programs, which is becoming the way of the world I'm afraid. But they do keep your software up to date automatically. My expertise is in the world of Print, not Web ...



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