Create a Business Card using Adobe Illustrator

This is an introductory workshop, comprised of 2 x 5 hour sessions, with the purpose of creating a business card in Adobe Illustrator.

Illustrator is used in everything from logo design on the web through to line drawing and wall paper patterning.

This course will prove that using Illustrator to create branding on a business card for yourself or a client will up your creative game. The course will focus on using text and graphics, vector and bitmap images. Also covered will be basic differences between vectors and bitmaps, saving different file formats for web and print, colour spaces, file management (saving and naming files), and the basics of designing for a client.

  • Instructor: Mike Routliffe
  • Date: Stay tuned for future dates!
  • Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm
  • Age-Range: 17+ or prior experience
  • Skill Level: Beginners
  • Investment: $249
  • Supplies: Laptop with Adobe Illustrator

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Instructor Bio:

Mike Routliffe has been a professional Multimedia Producer, Instructor and Technician for 15 years.

As a producer he creates projects for clients in Canada and internationally using web design, social media, photography, video, sound, vector drawings, animation, and text to communicate the stories of brands and companies.

For his own work and development Mike combines more traditional media, such as ink and gouache with digital technology, creating animations, video, photo collage and soundscapes.

Locally, he produced a solo exhibit at the old location of the Maritime Museum.  In Montreal, Mike’s film Bardo was selected for the NDG Off The Wall Film Fest. He was also featured internationally in the Blue November Micro Film Fest in Seattle Washington and on the online magazine Re-d :arte y genero produced by the Gender Studies Department of the National University of Mexico in Mexico City.


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