You will learn about the creative process, how to be a visual communicator, and understand the language of design for online content.
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Newcastle Upon Tyne
Tyne and Wear
Who’s this course for?
You will learn about the creative process, how to be a visual communicator, and understand the language of design for online content. The aim of year one is to establish yourself as a freelance digital designer and take on your own personal projects. You
will study User Experience Design, User Interface Design and Front End Development (HTML and CSS). The course also covers Adobe software. You will also learn how to be responsive with your designs so that they work across all screen based mediums. In year
Year One: Personal and Professional Development 1, Work-Based Project 1, Practice Enrichment, Contextual Studies, Digital Skills Acquisition, Interface Design, Sequential Imaging, Motion Graphics and Idents. course content. Year Two: Personal and Professional
Development 2, Work-Based Project 2, Alternative Techniques, Contextual Studies 2, Scripting and Programming for Web, App Design and Development Design for Web.
Skills and experience gained
Work placements are an integral part of this course and you will be supported through our dedicated work placement team. Previously students have gained placements at organisations such as Orange Bus, Hedgehog Labs, Status Digital, Cravens and Gospelware.
The course balances practical and creative skills with theoretical study. You will develop your skills through work-based projects, professional personal development, practical work and academic study within interaction, web design, design for apps, motion
graphics and web-based animation. Practical and technical skills modules are delivered in our industrystandard digital resource centres and creative studios across the college campus and you will be supported through lectures and seminars as well as our online
After the course
Potential career paths range from web design, app designer, developer, graphic design, front end developer and project management roles. Academic progression is also available through a specialist subject pathway of our BA (Hons) Creative Enterprise (Top-Up).