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The discipline of digital design contains experts trained in many kinds of tools and methodologies. Visualization and hands-on efforts are married with digital tools and processes to build products and processes needed by public and private sector organizations.
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Do you have a degree in Design, Technology & Business (Graphics) or Multimedia Design & Communication, and would you like to qualify to develop concepts strategically and practically within all kinds of digital platforms? [+]
Do you have a degree in Design, Technology & Business (Graphics) or Multimedia Design & Communication, and would you like to qualify to develop concepts strategically and practically within all kinds of digital platforms?
Would you like to learn more about user driven innovation and user experience on the web?
Then the 1.5-year Bachelor Degree programme in Digital Concept Development is just the thing.
A top-up programme
The Bachelor programme in Digital Concept Development is a top-up programme designed for graduates of the programmes of Design, Technology & Business (Graphics) - Computer Science - Multimedia Design & Communication.
The Digital Concept Development programme provides you with in-depth understanding and knowledge of the technical and theoretical aspects of Digital Concept Development. ... [-]