Overview of how a retail shop coordinates merchandise presentations with overall design concepts, fixtures and graphic/signage components. Students develop problem-solving and project- management skills by designing a storewide promotion for an upscale retail environment. They design a logo, advertising, signage, and other graphics using digital and traditional design and production techniques.
Non-certificate students click here for non-credit class.
Instructor:Jena Nesbitt, senior product developer, Pinecrest Fabrics
Dates/Times:Tuesday, May 5-June 9, 6-9 pm
Cost/Cost Options:18 clock hours @ $22/clock hour
Supply List:CLASS SUPPLY LIST
FOR ONLINE CLASS:
-- To take part, you need a laptop or desktop computer with (at least) 2G of memory and a 1Ghz processor (any computer bought in the last five years should be fine).
-- For bandwidth, you must have at least 0.5 Mbits/second upstream and 1 Mbits/second downstream. To check bandwidth use, https://speedtest.net/.
-- For browsers, we recommend Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox or Microsoft Edge. You can also use Safari on Mac OS X, but you will not be able to use the screen sharing feature .
-- For audio, we strongly recommend using a headset. A headset will ensure that others can hear your voice clearly and you don’t cause echo or background noise for others. You do not need to buy an expensive one -- any basic headset with a built-in microphone will work. You can get one at Fred Meyer’s electronics department. A laptop with a built-in webcam and microphone will be sufficient as well if you’re in a quiet area.