BA (Hons) Creative Practitioner (Graphics) Awarded by UCLan
Start Date | 13/09/2021
Is this course for me?The course provides the opportunity for you to immerse yourself in your creative practice and develop skills with a specific career aim. You will follow one of a number of specific creative industry pathways (fashion or graphics). Throughout the course you will be in multidisciplinary groups to encourage experimentation, knowledge andthe understanding of the transfer between creative subject areas, while researching and developing your own practice in your chosen pathway. Visiting industry specialists will provide opportunities fora sector perspective on your own practice.You will be expected to engage with industry, and collaborate with relevant manufacturers, producers or sub-contractors to support your long term career aspirations.The course culminates in a Final Exhibition todemonstrate your own practice and refined skills. The award obtained is the BA (Hons) Creative Practitioner.
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Graphic designers use illustrative, sound, visual and multimedia techniques to convey a message for information, entertainment, advertising, promotion or publicity purposes, and create special visual effects and animations for computer games, film, interactive and other media.
Requirements: Honours, Bachelor's degree
What could you earn
- Produces or oversees creation of the final product.
- Liaises with other parts of the production team to ensure graphic design fits with other elements, processes and timescales.
- Prepares specification and instructions for realisation of the project.
- Prepares sketches, scale drawings, models, colour schemes and other mock-ups to show clients and discusses any required alterations.
- Undertakes research into project, considers previous related projects and compares costs of using different processes.
- Liaises with client to clarify aims of project brief, discusses media, software and technology to be used, establishes timetable for project and defines budgetary constraints.
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