Merging ever-expansive new technologies into our lives in a way that serves us, rather than frustrate us, is one of the great design challenges of our time.
Studying Design (Visual Communication) is a great way to gain the skills needed to gain a job in the design industry, but what jobs can you get?
Designers can work in a large range of roles and companies, often working in advertising agencies, graphic design houses, commercial art studios, web and UX design companies, to name a few.
However, by equipping yourself with a deep understanding of core design principles, the design process, and the technical skills required, you can tackle projects in visual, spatial, interactive, experience and human-centred design. That means the jobs that digital designers can get are varied and abundant.
Take a peek at some career paths that you could choose to specialise in after studying the Design (Visual Communication) course.
Visual Communication Pathway
A Visual Communicator:
- Facilitates the design process by visualising discussions, concepts and insights
- Uses visual language –image and text– to communicate a message or tell a story
- Builds brand identities that visually reflect a brand’s message and purpose
- Synthesises and presents information in a clear and effective manner
- Illustration, graphic design, photography, identity design, motion design, visual storytelling
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User Experience Design Pathway
A User Experience (UX) Designer:
- Designs products and services to suit and fulfil the needs of the people using them
- Is concerned with the way a product or service functions and interacts with people
- Uses an agile design process to test, iterate and deliver the best possible solution
- Service design, customer experience design, UX research, human-centred design, strategic design
UI Design Pathway
A User Interface Designer:
- Anticipates users’ needs when interacting with an interface (web, app, etc…)
- Designs interface elements that are accessible and user-friendly
- Combines skills that apply principles from visual communication, interaction design and information architecture
Immersive Experience Design Pathway
An Immersive Experience Designer:
- Tells a story and takes people on a journey in physical and/or virtual space
- Creates interactive experiences that bring together physical and digital media
- Exhibition design, environment design, event design
Desing (Visual Communication) at JMC provides you with the tools and skills you need to create innovative solutions in an ever-evolving world of interactive media. You’ll discover the true power of visual communication and storytelling, learn the processes behind creative problem solving and explore ways to create better experiences for people in physical, digital and virtual spaces.