Websites, interfaces, brochures, books, posters, trademarks—we are surrounded by the works of Communication Designers. Good communication design is not only functional but has to consider emotional aspects all the same. This is why communication designers have to find solutions to a huge variety of questions. Which feature does a user interface need to make it easy to operate? What kind of package design is best suited to announce the qualities of a product? How can a diagram distill complex information to make it easily understood? Which image is most appropriate to capture the power and fascination of music on a concert poster? How can I find a creative and intelligent concept to help a business stand out from the crowd? Designers of the future will not just be responsible for staging the products of others. Working in interdisciplinary teams, they will be more and more challenged to develop content, products, and services from scratch. This is why at Rhine-Waal we put a special emphasis on interdisciplinary cooperation and work closely with our faculty’s IT experts, psychologists, natural scientists, engineers, and economists. Being a young institution, we also have a special focus on technologies of the future like interface and motion design. Throughout your studies, you will benefit from state-of-the-art equipment, computers, and tools used in professional media production. The program is taught in English to provide you with language skills that will be highly appreciated by future clients and employers since they are going to be increasingly active on a global scale.
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- Full Time
Secondary school diploma, high school diploma or general certificate of education (ordinary and advanced levels).
All international applicants without a university entrance qualification earned in Germany must apply through uni-assist.Semester fee of €314.36
- 3.5 years
- Full Time
- On Campus Learning