As a graphic designer, most of your work allows you to flex your creative muscles on behalf of a company to create compelling designs that effectively convey information using a desired voice or style.

To find success, you need a passion for art and expressing ideas in a visual format. Graphic designers can help individuals, businesses, and nonprofits convey their messages and attract clients and customers. Gain insight into the current world of graphic design and learn to navigate complex design problem-solving situations for both print and digital projects. Learn how to start a project efficiently and deliver solutions in a creative and timely manner—allowing you to succeed in the design workplace.

Join us for a free webinar to explore and discuss this exciting field. You must register to receive the zoom link for the webinar.

Presenter Bio

Ryan Flanders

Ryan Flanders is the former Design Director of iconic humor publication MAD Magazine, and is currently the Art Director of the magazines Scholastic News 2 and Storyworks 2 at Scholastic. His two decades as a professional designer includes print and digital freelance work for clients such as Warner Bros., Old Westbury Gardens, The John Lennon Real Love Project and the popular satirical website The Hard Times. Ryan has received the Award of Excellence from Communication Arts and the Silver Medal for Art Direction from the Society of Illustrators, and has been a member of the judging and nomination committees for the National Cartoonist Society’s Graphic Novel Awards and New York Comic Con’s Harvey Awards. He has lectured as a guest speaker at the High  School of Art & Design in Manhattan and at Adelphi University, where he is an Adjunct Professor with AU’s “For the Love of Art” high school education initiative. Ryan is a graduate of Adelphi’s Graphic Design program, and his work can be seen at rflanders.com.

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