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About Graphic Design
Masters degrees in Graphic Design explore advanced artistic techniques to produce printed and digitised imagery and text for numerous platforms such as magazines, advertisements and websites.
Taught MA and MFA courses are typical for the field. Entry requirements normally include an appropriate undergraduate degree such as Art or Design Technology.
Visual communication is a huge part of day-to-day life. As a graphic designer, you could be involved in numerous branding and advertising campaigns, website development projects or even publishing.
These courses are often interdisciplinary in approach, combining theory such as social politics, cultural theory and communications and applied graphic design practise. For example, you might explore consumer behaviours in relation to branding, logo design or even packaging of domestic products through computer-generated design.
Careers in the field are highly varied, and will differ depending on your specialisation. For example, you might wish to work on a freelance basis producing digital or printed content for any number of companies. Alternatively, you may opt to work for a design agency, or as part of an in-house department for large companies such as retailers, museums and art galleries producing multi-channelled content.
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Graphic Design is made up of many different creative processes and inhabits a multitude of contexts. In the design of graphics for different commercial and artistic platforms the world of the graphic designer occupies both physical and digital arenas. Read more
Graduates in the Master of Graphic Design may work in the areas of editorial design, packaging, typography, information design, generic design for television or cinema, illustration, art direction, branding, multimedia design and production of graphic design. Read more
Develop an innovative approach to typographic communication on this practise-based MA. Collaborate with other students and professional designers to challenge preconceived ideas and further your professional practice. Read more
Our. MA Graphic Design course. has been structured to promote the role of designers as skilled professional communicators, and firmly embed a culture of research and problem solving into creative practice. Read more
MA Communication Design combines the development of practical skills with the study of historical and theoretical issues, in a world-class research-intensive environment. Read more
The Communication Design pathway supports students with a specialist interest in typography, graphic design, illustration, interactive design and branding. Read more
Thanks to their flexibility in terms of contents and structure, IED Master and Postgraduate courses address the needs of those wishing to stand out both in creativity and management. Regardless their location, these courses are based on Italian design features: curiosity, initiative and improvement built on the combination of technical skills and creativity. Designed with the active support of companies, they train students to build their professional identity and to face job market.