Design is a constantly evolving discipline that actively responds to a rapidly changing world. With a focus on people-centred futures, and embracing a creative problem-solving mindset, it is a profession with a vital role to play in the twenty-first century. It is an interdisciplinary practice concerned with improving human experiences; adding cultural value; contributing to the world’s economy; and, providing intelligent solutions to emerging local and global challenges. Through diverse, thoughtful, innovative and sustainable design processes, designers create spatial experiences, objects and systems, and communication solutions, that influence behavior, activate interaction and respond to both personal and public need
Communication design will prepare you for employment as a designer in the areas of graphic design, visual communication and digital media. It will equip graduates with the ability to work collaboratively with teams: marketers, service providers, clients and other designers; and apply effective visual processes across a range of communication challenges. These include such areas as corporate identity, interactive environments, interaction designs, information designs, analogue and digital publishing, advertising, promotion, packaging, illustration, typography, way-finding systems, animation, and motion design.
An overall IELTS Academic score (or equivalent) of 6.5, with no band score below 6.0