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Understanding Environmental Graphic Design (Full Online)

Environmental Graphics is becoming an “in” thing in the more recent years. However, very few people fully understand the concept of this discipline. This has branched out from Environmental Design a program in which it addresses surrounding environmental parameters when devising plans, programs, policies, buildings, or products.

This webinar is designed to help you better understand what Environmental Graphics Design is, overview of the key principles and competencies (areas which will require further learning) to kick start your road to becoming an Environmental Graphics Designer and guide you in planning your design that is realistic and complementary, reinforcing its objective rather than cause distraction or damage.

Method of Teaching

This is a live instructor-led online seminar with participant engagement via Q&A. This class will use Zoom as main conferencing platform.

What will be covered

  • Early signs of Environmental Design / Environmental Graphics Design (EGD)
  • Different Practice Areas of Environmental Graphics Design
  • EGD versus XGD
  • The Role of an Environmental Graphic Designer
  • EGD Core Competencies
  • Scenario Based Interactive Discussions – Image Observations


Basic skills in graphic design software.


Students must have Zoom application and stable internet connection.


  1. Includes e-certificate of completion
  2. Lifetime Free Refresher  (You may attend again the same course,  free of charge, on a space-available basis.)
  3. Alumni discount
  4. Enroll in our L2C (Learning to Certification) programs and get a globally recognized certificate. This course is part of:

Per Session Schedule


Live instructor-led online seminar with participant engagement via Q&A.


May 06 2023


Class hours vary per date. Typical hours are as follows:
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm




environmental graphics


Online Learning

This course is designed to enhance the knowledge, desirable attitudes, and skills in operating a camera and composing a subject; setting up studio lights, equipment, and accessories; performing post-production stages; and presenting finished products in accordance with the industry standards.