Filling Graphic Design Gaps
Aug 12, 2014
As an instructional designer, I'm finding my work requires more and more graphic design skill. Often, I'm figuring out how to create and edit images myself with Photoshop and Illustrator. I'm also using InDesign to create supplemental job aids and such. I feel like I've come pretty far with what I'm able to create, but I also feel like I'm missing some foundational graphic design knowledge and skills.
Have any of you experienced this dilemma? If so, what resources have you used to fill your graphic design knowledge and skill gaps? Has anyone taken an online "certificate" program (e.g., through Session College or similar) or any individual courses that have been helpful?
Thanks for your input!