Graphic design is a rapidly evolving profession. As print, screen and interactive media converge and new technologies emerge, designers must be competent visual communicators who can work across a multitude of platforms, designing content for the medium that best meet their clients’ needs.
From traditional print to digital media and motion graphics, communication designers work with color, language, space, sound and spatial forums.
The course enables the development of the creative, critical and technical skills necessary to pursue a career within today’s ever evolving Graphic design disciplines across a wide range of industry sectors.
The structure of the course is flexible enough to allow students to undertake a broad cross-disciplinary path of study or alternatively specialize in graphics, illustration or photography. Students are supported in both creativity and independent thought within a studio environment. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking, professionalism, team working and the development of core practical and technical skills.
This is done via design projects that explore narrative and the communication of central, social and current affairs that often shape our perceptions of modern culture.
- Advertising Agencies
- Graphic Design Studios
- Art Direction
- Brand Design and Strategy
- Newspaper, Magazine and Book Design
- Multidisciplinary Design Studios
- Corporate Communications