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The Business of Graphic Design

Bellevue College
Online - Scheduled Course
July 8, 2021 - July 29, 2021
1:00 AM to 4:00 AM GMT (GMT +00:00)
1.2 Continuing Education Units
3 Hours per Week
4 Estimated Weeks


Whether you plan to freelance or manage a firm, as a graphic designer you’ll need to understand the nuts and bolts of the graphic design business. Learn how to uncover client needs, estimate costs, establish pricing, negotiate solutions, market yourself, prepare contractual agreements and understand intellectual property essentials. Explore techniques for collaborating with other professionals.

Jobs & Careers
Graphic Designers
Desktop Publishers
Web & Digital Interface Designers
Art Directors
Film & Video Editors

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As part of Bellevue College, we’re a proud Northwest educator with a 50-year history of adult learning and inclusion. Opened to more than 32,000 learners each year. In the heart of the Pacific Northwest's tech hub, Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College provides forward looking professional training designed for today’s lifestyles and the future of work. 

Tombolo Institute at Bellevue College

Through strong relationships with top tech employers we collaboratively design learning experiences that meet corporate demand. Located in the backyard of Microsoft, ten minutes away from Expedia, Pokeman, and Eddie Bauer headquarters and twenty minutes away from Amazon, Adobe and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. 

Our rock star instructors have real world experience. Their tech industry day jobs enable them to deliver in-demand competencies that’ll help you get to where you want to go. Our courses are geared for the future, with a wide variety of offerings to keep professionals ahead of the curve. Tombolo Institute’s stackable approach to education recognizes the need to build ever-evolving skills that will help you stay on track to compete for jobs that haven’t even been invented yet. 


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