BA Multimedia Design
The BA Multimedia Design degree is a 360 credit point qualification at NQF level 7 and consists of three years of full time study. The purpose of the programme is to develop students into competent and employable designers that specialise in digital screen-based communication including motion based visual communication systems and interactive design. The programme emphasises the ability to form, create and rationalise both design and theoretical argument, as well as the ability to implement and critique digital design processes, and realise the potential of technology as a tool for communication. The programme further provides a theoretical and practical foundation in digital communication for further study.
Graduates at GDC have a repertoire of high level skills and can:
Conceptualise and produce creative design solutionswith a personal design philosophy
Communicate meaningful digital design messagesin signature style
Create and present a professional multimedia design portfoliothat stands apart from the rest
Operate multimedia design related computer hardware and software atindustry level
Articulate and represent ideas and arguments professionally andwith confidence
Greenside Design Center college of design exhibited their alumni and student work recently at the Prestigious DESIGN JOBURG, Rooms of View at the Sandton Convention Centre.This events boats thousands of people and media coming through to see the exhibition stands.See http://www.designjoburg.com/ for more info.
Graphic Design student Fatima Mohammed Bahm recently exhibited her work at this year’s Design Indaba, held in Cape Town from 1 – 4 March 2017.
As part of the Design Indaba’s Emerging Creatives programme, Fatima had the opportunity to present her work to thousands of festival goers alongside the Conference, FilmFest and Nightscape.
Congratulations to 3rd Year GDC student, now Honours student, Ssanyu Sematimba who has been selected to take part in the second tier of the Emerging Creatives programme. She will be taking part in the Jo-burg exhibition at the simulcast.