Do you draw, take photos, paint, or just find yourself wanting to express your creativity more?  
Learn how designers communicate visually through their work to express an idea or message to their audience.

Design is present everywhere – from the art on your soda can to your cell phone display; from the pages of your favorite magazine to the logo for every brand you buy; from the websites you  visit to that T-shirt you love to wear. Everything depends on cohesive design to communicate a specific message and an identifiable purpose. Design is the act of creating, fashioning, executing, or constructing according to a plan. Communication is the act of conveying meaningful information. Graphic Designers blend these concepts, using a wide array of software and  other tools to successfully communicate a client’s message to a particular audience.  The Graphic Design program at WarrenTech empowers students to create visual imagery to meet the industry demands of today. Students will learn photography, logo development, package and label design, illustration, screen printing and digital imaging. Students will also learn how to work with clients and will develop an extensive portfolio showcasing their skill in creating print and digital media.

Hurry! Spaces are limited for the 2016-2017 classes!



Scot Odendahl
Graphic Design Instructor
WarrenTech
sodendah@jeffco.k12.co.us - teacher/parent communication
sodendah@jeffcoschools.us - teacher/student communication
303-982-3307   

Pete Cunis
Graphic Design Instructor
WarrenTech
pcunis@jeffco.k12.co.us - teacher/parent communication
pcunis@jeffcoschools.us - teacher/student communication
303-982-8468            

Tammie Morton
Graphic Design Technician
WarrenTech
warrentechgraphics@gmail.com - client communication
303-982-8598