Digital Art Solutions Offers Free Classes In September

Digital Art Solutions

Add new skills and sharpen existing ones with new classes being offered in September by Digital Art Solutions as part of its free weekly Graphics Academy series. If you miss a live webcast, you can view archived versions at https://www.gotostage.com/channel/publicwebcastarchive.

Upcoming classes include: 

Proven Strategies for Successful Selling of Decorated Apparel and Personalized Products
Friday, September 4

3 p.m. EDT
You don’t have to be a natural-born salesperson to effectively sell decorated apparel or personalized products. This class will identify simple strategies to increase your effectiveness as a salesperson.

Overcome the Competition with Proven Marketing Strategies
Friday, September 11

3 p.m. EDT
This class will help you to identify your current vulnerabilities in the marketplace and offers tips on how to overcome them.

Strategies for Cleaning Up Cruddy Artwork
Monday, September 14

3 p.m. EDT
This class will outline a three-part strategy for cleaning up poor-quality artwork supplied by your customers.

Boost Your Profits with Direct to Garment Printing
Friday, September 18 

3 p.m. EDT
Learn how to maximize revenue with high-profit DTG printing from the company that pioneered the Epson DTG printers in the apparel decoration industry. 

CorelDRAW Advanced Skill Set
Monday, September 21 

3 p.m. EDT
Learning CorelDRAW can be time consuming and frustrating. This class identifies practical skills anyone can use to improve the appearance of the graphics. Better designs help sell more. 

Setting up a Successful Sublimation Printing Business
Friday, September 25

3 p.m. EDT
Learn from an industry expert about what it takes to succeed in sublimation printing.
                      
Unleash the Power of PDF Technology
Monday, September 28

3 p.m. EDT
This class outlines a strategy for creating, formatting, and outputting PDF files. 

To register, go to https://www.digitalartsolutions.com/new-graphics-academy-online-classes-announced-for-september/.