Join AMA Colorado on May 15, as Stu Crair, the owner, founder and training manager at the Digital Workshop provides a fundamental breakdown of graphic design. Stu teaches digital skills at his own workshop and at the College of Business at Colorado State University as a adjunct professor.
Need to brush up on practices? Curious on how to polish your current designs? Stu will be walking attendees through concepts that will bolster and reinforce your design skills. Learn about engaging designs that reflect the message you are trying to convey through visuals.
The event check in will begin at 11:30 a.m. followed by a prompt start to the educational event at 11:45 a.m.. After the educational presentation there will be 15-30 minutes of light networking and an opportunity to speak to Stu as well.
Food and beverages will also be provided with purchase of a ticket.
About the Presenter
Stu Crair is the owner, founder, and training manager at the Digital Workshop Center. In 2006, after many years in the adult education and technology industries, Stu started DWC out of his house by offering customized training. Though DWC has grow immensely, Stu remains focused on providing the same customer service and personalized attention as the first days in his home. At DWC, Stu is the “go-to-guy” for technical questions and helps create personalized training plans based on student’s skill level, job status, and goals.
Stu has a degree in Information Systems from the University of Maryland at College Park and has over 20 years of experience in higher education, IT, database design, website development, and graphic design. Since 2014, Stu has also been teaching a marketing communications design class at Colorado State University’s College of Business. In his class, he focuses on graphic design tools for marketing students by bringing real-world experiences to the classroom.
In his free time, Stu plays drums with a few well-known local bands and plays around town often. He is passionate about helping others to succeed and enjoys mentoring our other DWC instructors. Stu loves to see our students leave with a spring in their step, armed with new skills to find a new job, advance their current career, or tackle their latest technology issues.