Graphic design is the art of creating visual content that communicates a message through the use of images, typography, color, and layout. A graphic designer uses various software tools to create digital designs for advertisements, magazines, websites, logos, and other kinds of digital and print media. They must have excellent creativity, attention to detail, and be able to communicate effectively with clients to fulfill their needs. Graphic design plays a crucial role in branding, marketing, and overall visual communication in our digital age.






Adobe Illustrator

Our graphic design courses cover a wide range of topics, from the basics of graphic design principles and colour theory to more advanced topics like branding, typography, and layout design. Students will learn how to use industry-standard design software, such as Corel Draw, Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, to create stunning visual designs for a variety of applications, including print and digital media.


At MIT Institute, we believe in providing our students with a well-rounded
education that prepares them for success in the ever-changing world of
technology and design.