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Not only will you learn about vehicle packaging, automotive modelling, and the business of the automotive industry, there will be a 'live' design project run in conjunction with the automotive industry.
We encourage you to develop your own practice and align yourself to one of the pathways: Fine Art, Media Arts or Digital Arts, collaborating where appropriate through live art, phonic art and new media.
You will study design concept generation and development, modelling of designs and systems, human factors and sustainability. You will also take part in collaborative group working.
This is for you if you want to enhance your existing professional portofolio and to gain understanding of current graphic design practice whilst intellectually challenging the design process.
Covering illustration, publishing, photography, image generation and animation; you will continue to enhanceyour own skills and abilities, both conceptually and technically.
With your future employability as a focus, you will cover areas such as branding, the social impact of design, design management, design innovation, design technology and global design issues.
During the course you will develop your personal painting practice and undertake modules in contextual studies and professional practice.