Adobe Software Camp

Intro to Art Design Camp --- Adobe Software Camp

Want to be a designer but don’t know where to start?
Enjoy art but want to express your creativity in design?
What if you want to increase your skills for your art portfolio?
All designers need to be able to present their work, and these days, software from the Adobe Creative Cloud suite offers multitudes of function to polish the finished work.
Register for the Adobe Suite Software Class today to learn more about the basics of design.

Who: Grade 7 and up, regardless of skill level
Where: SpringLight Education Institute, 20432 Silverado Ave #7, Cupertino, CA 95014
When: July 29, 2019 - August 2, 2019 at 9:30am - 12:00pm
Contact: 408-982-5959, 408-480-7547; WeChat: bayEcho
Tuition: $300

No experience is required!

During the camp, the students will learn their way around the most common Adobe software: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign. These softwares allow emerging designers to global brands across the globe to showcase everything they need to design and deliver exceptional digital experiences.

Day 1: The most common resources for designers, where do we showcase our work and find inspiration
Day 2: Introduction to Photoshop, how a simple mockup can sharpen your skills
Day 3: Introduction to Illustrator, stylize your work with a custom logo
Day 4: Introduction to InDesign, compile your work in a unique way
Day 5: Final project

After this camp, the students will be able to collectively stylize their work in a more professional way for their future career and or art portfolio.

System Recommended Requirements

Be sure to read the system recommended requirements before signing up to make sure there are no complications along the way. These are recommended requirements; if your laptop does meet the recommended requirements, you can still sign up and learn. The only difference is that your laptop might be slightly slow or hot that's all!


Margaret Lu, majoring in industrial design at Georgia Institute of Technology and a Fellows at University Innovation Fellows. She specializes in graphic design and brand design, and placed first for exhibition design in the official end of the year Launchpad showcase at Georgia Tech. Check out more of her work at