NYIAD Partners with Adobe for Student Discounts
The New York Institute of Art and Design has partnered with Adobe, the industry's leading provider of creative applications and post production software. Adobe’s award-winning tools are used by creative professionals, graphic designers, content developers and educators worldwide. So whether you’re a Creative Cloud beginner, an expert, or somewhere in between, Adobe can help you achieve your career goals through their vast array of software options.
NYIAD’s online graphic design course is a comprehensive program that teaches aspiring designers everything they need to know in order to start working as a graphic designer for both print and web. Students graduate having completed a series of projects within Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, and fully prepared to pass the Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) Certification Exam for both industry-standard design applications.
And now thanks to this new partnership, those students are eligible to receive a 60% discount on their subscription to the Creative Cloud. From image editing in Photoshop to custom-designing personally-branded graphics, students can now take advantage of these incredibly helpful tools for creative professionals, and at a considerable student discount.
Once logged into NYIAD’s online learning center, students can redeem their discount by clicking a link found on the student benefits page, where they will then be redirected to checkout, with said student discount automatically applied to their subscription purchase. While other users pay $52.99 for Creative Cloud access, NYIAD students will now only be charged $19.99 upon checkout.
"It’s always exciting when we’re able to offer our students exclusive discounts on the tools that can help them succeed in the creative industry,” says NYIAD Faculty Director Chris Corradino. “Part of our mission here is to help every student develop his or her design talents to the highest possible level. For our Graphic Design Course students in particular, providing this comprehensive arsenal of tools that can help them along the way is going to be incredibly helpful."