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Agon Nimani

Adjunct Faculty

RIT Kosovo

Agon Nimani

Adjunct Faculty

RIT Kosovo

Currently Teaching

TCOM-381
3 Credits
Students will use photographic imaging software to create, combine, and modify graphic imagery. Topics will include retouching, tonal adjustments, custom brushes and pattern, raster text, spatial illusion, masking techniques, animation, and compositing. Students will research and discuss professional design, effective visual communication, copyrights, and photographic illustration.
TCOM-380
3 Credits
Students use vector and bit-map imaging software to design a range of graphic projects suited to web and print formats. Projects include photographic imaging, layout, vector editing, digital painting and retouching, typography, internet graphics, and collaboration. Class discussions cover current professional design topics.
TCOM-383
3 Credits
Students will use vector graphic software (Adobe Illustrator) and basic design principles to prepare graphic materials. Students will design illustrations for print, web, devices, and distribution, developing technical skill and design sensibility in creating object-oriented graphics through line and node editing using vector graphic software (Adobe Illustrator.) Students will analyze professional illustration, research trending topics, understand output consequences including color management, and file size efficiency.
TCOM-382
3 Credits
Students will use photographic imaging techniques to produce illustrations, web graphics, composited photographic imagery, and corrected photographs. Techniques learned in previous courses will combine to bring new results. Topics include image correction, duotones, channels, photographic illustration, path shapes, concept presentation, digital asset management, and advanced layer techniques. Students will explore and discuss design and professional issues and innovations. Bit-mapped imaging (in Adobe Photoshop) is presented in a hands-on, two-term sequence.
TCOM-270
3 Credits
This course introduces students to the fundamentals of static web design using xhtml, style sheets, and web graphics. After completing this course students will be able to comprehend appropriate application of manual code, gather and organize web content, construct their own xhtml, analyze markup language, critique existing site designs, and use CSS, frames, tables, slices, and FTP to solve spatial, visual, and data problems. Students will utilize Adobe Dreamweaver, or other web development software, and will learn the basic techniques, tools, and processes used to construct a well-designed and effective web site while keeping the site's users in mind.