Learn to apply a user-centred approach to support design decisions and generate new design opportunities
Practice within a research-intensive environment, where equal emphasis is placed on design theory and practice
Develop effective communication and visual systems
Produce functional, aesthetic and highly crafted complex documents, interfaces and interaction environments
What will you study?
Information design: practice (design projects)
Information design: core (seminars and essays)
Please note that all modules are subject to change. Please see our modules disclaimer for more information.
What career can you have?
Our graduates have an excellent employment record. Many take up positions in type design studios, with publishers and general design studios, and wayfinding and information design studios. Others develop their own businesses, or take up managerial roles in creative firms. Employers include Apple, Monotype, Microsoft Typography, Victoria & Albert Museum, Oxford University Press, Financial Times and Nokia.