Career Opportunities as a Communication Design Graduate
Communication designers are involved in all levels of conception and strategic planning. Communication designers work in the creative industries as creative directors, art directors in advertising and communication agencies and many are self-employed too.
They make a decisive contribution to the fact that, in addition to considerations of a creative and artistic nature, strategic-economic, technical, social and ecological parameters are also incorporated into the design
Typical work areas that communication designer’s works in are:
- Editorial design (Newspapers and magazines)
- Advertising design
- Interaction design
- Web/mobile product design
- Digital media
- Type design
- Motion graphics
- Information visualization
- Exhibition/retail design
- Environmental graphics.
How IAS College prepares qualified communication designers
The aim of the bachelor’s degree program is to familiarize students creatively with the conceptual-economic thinking and craftsmanship.
The future designers can anticipate needs, developments, and relevancies and transform the resulting conditions into user-centered products and services through independent ideas and concept development.
They are proficient in all basics of art and design theory, familiarized with business management and marketing processes, as well as with all analog and software-based design and styling practices.
After completing the degree program, complex communication and design projects can be independently planned, safely executed and presented convincingly. The study supports the future communication designers in building a professional attitude since a constant change of requirements calls for a flexible, reflective and constructive-critical discussion.
Better your career Prospects in communication design
Join the Communication Design degree program (An English taught Bachelor program) of IAS and unlock the
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