The academic course in communication design trains creative designers with the theoretical and practical preparation to manage the design of visual communication.
The first level three-year course is recognized by the Ministry of Education, University and Research and includes theoretical and practical lessons that address visual communication from multiple points of view.
The exponential growth of new communication channels and new formats is the most exciting challenge for a designer. Today, making visual communication means designing and creating coherent systems, capable of restoring meaning beyond the tools used.Your course of studyWhat you will learn during the course
The study plans integrate design-expressive and technical-operative methods and market trends, to create truly required skills.I yearYou will begin to get closer to design in different shades, from illustration to graphic design, with solid foundations of art history. Total CFA 60 Teachings CFA Computer Graphic I 12 History of Modern Art 6 History of Applied Arts 6 Graphic Design I 8 Layout and Visualization Techniques 6 Art Direction I 8 Illustration 6 Foundations of Informatics 4 English 4 II yearYou will begin to approach the design of the creative concept and learn about the different channels to implement it. In addition, you can supplement the study plan with activities of your choice. Total CFA 60 Teachings CFA History of contemporary art 6 Technology and Digital Applications 8 Art Direction II 10 Graphic Design II 8 Creative writing 6 Concept Planning 6 Multimedia Design 6 Using software for the web I 6 AF of your choice 4 3rd yearYou will deepen the methodological and marketing aspects of the visual communication project, and then integrate the program with activities of your choice. Total CFA 60 Teachings CFA Computer Graphic II 6 Design Methodology of Visual Communication 12 Phenomenology of Contemporary Arts 6 Marketing and Management 6 Directed by 6 Use of Web Software II 6 AF of your choice 6 Further linguistic, computer or relational knowledge, internships, etc. 4 Final test 8 Experiment and work to learnThe method of the Academy consists of 30% of lectures and 70% of practical application. Students will work in an open laboratory where they can experiment and learn, with classroom simulations of real situations, for example the realization of a prototype for a client.The final tests and projectThe final exam consists in the preparation and presentation of a multi-channel visual communication project. The project must include the preparatory phase, any moodboards and sketches, and all the material that may be functional to understanding the work performed.The future after the AcademyAfter the course, you can work as a freelancer or collaborate on editorial projects, in companies and institutions, in the business communication sector, in business graphics and in digital media.The concessionsCreativity belongs to everyone. For this reason there are facilities to facilitate access to studies at the Academy:Payment by installments
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Online teaching material included