Photoshop Workshop

Certificate in Web Design unnamedaathrough Continuing Education at The University of Texas-Pan American

This Introductory Certificate Program is designed to give you the working knowledge of Photoshop and apply it to your own images and designs. Learn how to use HTML5 and CSS3 markup language for structuring, animating, and presenting content for the World Wide Web. Get up-to-speed with the latest version of HTML language which supports the latest multimedia while keeping it easily readable by website visitors and consistently understood by computers and devices. Finally, put all the elements together in Dreamweaver. Learn the secrets behind the code that physically creates your own outstanding presence on the World Wide Web.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn how to create and modify graphics using Photoshop.
  • Learn how to structure and animate using HTML5 and CSS3.
  • Put all the elements together in Dreamweaver.

Mr. Silva is an educator with a background as a creative director who provides instruction for Adobe Photoshop and related media through the Office of Continuing Education. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis in Advertising and Public Relations, and a Master of Arts in Communication Studies from UT-Pan American. At the present time Ivan serves as an educator for the La Joya I.S.D. and as Creative Director and Communication Consultant at Iconic Deity D.H. Iván provides services to businesses in the South Texas region in social media strategy, online communication, creative brand design and functional user interface design. Ivan holds over twelve years of experience of working and professional experience in management, sales and marketing.

His portfolio of work extends into print media, online advertisement, publishing, website design and graphic design. Ivan’s repertoire of working software knowledge includes:
•       Adobe Creative Suite (2-6): Acrobat, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator & GoLive
•       Quark Xpress
•       SPSS
•       Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
•       Access, Info-Path, Visio & Publisher

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