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The Sport and Sport Illustrated Sports Illustrated Sports Illustration Programs for Young People, 2018-19 (PDF, 6.1MB) offer students a wide range of courses, from the basics of design to advanced topics in graphics and interactive media, in the United States and abroad.
Students will gain a broad understanding of the world of sports and the visual arts, learn how to create and share graphics, and develop their skills in visual arts and interactive design.
Learn more about the Sports and Sports Illustrations Programs for Students.
The Sports Illustrated, Graphic and Interactive Design Programs (PDF) (5MB) are offered by the Interactive Media Design Institute (IMDI), which works with many colleges, universities and schools to offer interactive, digital, interactive design and media arts programs to students.
The IMDI is a member of the U.S. Interactive Media Association, and is a non-profit, nonprofit corporation dedicated to promoting the advancement of media arts, technology, design, and media in the U-S.
The Interactive Media Institute (IMI) is an independent nonprofit organization that develops curriculum, training, and resources to prepare students for careers in the fields of interactive, interactive, and interactive-based media.
Students can also find out about other IMDI-sponsored multimedia courses.
The interactive coursework is designed to be as effective as possible.
This coursework has been developed by IMDI for use by undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Illinois.
The courses are offered on a wide variety of platforms, including the web, mobile devices, tablets, desktop computers, and TVs.
The coursework covers all aspects of interactive media and interactive visual design, including graphic design and interactive video, animation, digital design, typography, design for social media, and more.
Students should have experience with Adobe Illustrator CS6 and Adobe Photoshop CC and a good understanding of web design and development, and know how to make a web page.
Students who are unsure of their skills or knowledge should contact their instructor.
If you have questions, or are interested in applying to IMDI, you can contact the Institute directly at imdi[email protected] or call 312.622.3850.
Students enrolled in the Sports Illustrator and Interactive Art Programs should have a bachelor’s degree in graphic design or related field.
The program is offered on an academic basis, and students can complete the courses in a maximum of 30 days.
The Digital Media Arts (DMA) Programs, Interactive Media Arts, and Interactive Interactive Design programs are designed to develop the visual and interactive skills necessary for professionals and students in the digital media fields.
Students gain practical experience and skills in design and programming of multimedia products and interactive content for the web and mobile.
Students complete the DMA program in 30 days, and complete the Interactive Arts and Interactive Media design program in 10 days.
Students are expected to be proficient in all of the DLA courses and be familiar with the concepts of the three classes.
The DMA Interactive Arts program is designed for students who are interested or who have some previous experience in the use of digital media.
The curriculum focuses on digital media design and application, from design to programming and implementation.
Students learn how media design tools and techniques are applied to digital media, including how to build and maintain an interactive digital media environment.
The digital media art and design programs have been designed to address a wide array of creative and technical needs.
Students also develop their digital media skills and experience through projects.
The students who complete these programs will have the skills needed to be creative professionals in digital media and their digital communities.
The programs include: Interactive Media Art and Design (DLA), Interactive Media and Interactive Content (IMA), and Interactive Graphic Design and Interactive Digital Content (IGDC).
The DLA Interactive Art and Digital Content program is a hands-on, digital media arts course that includes design, programming, and implementation of the digital arts and digital content.
Students work with a faculty member to create interactive art, video, and digital media using Adobe Photoshop CS6, Illustrator CC, and/or InDesign.
The IMA Interactive Graphic Content program emphasizes the use and development of digital visual design and content for social, entertainment, and education purposes.
Students develop digital content and design tools using Adobe InDesign and InDesign Elements for Mac, InDesign Pro for Mac and iOS, Adobe Illustrations, and InVision.
The IGDC Interactive Graphic Art and Content program focuses on the development and implementation and use of interactive graphic art and digital visual content.
Designers work with faculty to create visual content and digital graphic design tools, with emphasis on digital content development. The