Awarding Body: Raffles College of Higher Education
Duration: 9 Months (3 Terms)
Intakes: January, April, July & October
Standard Benchmarks: QAHE Benchmark for Art & Design
The immense advancements that have arisen from new discoveries and development in information & media technology are constantly altering the field of visual communication. These changes have also brought about unprecedented challenges and opportunities for both the prospective and active visual communication practitioners.
Recognizing the need to keep pace with the rapidly fast-growing digital media and entertainment environment, the aim of the Diploma in Digital Media Design programme is to provide students an industry-focused design curriculum in a professional and creative setting.
In the programme, students will be exposed to a well – balanced course of study encompassing the fundamental des ign theories and the most up-to-date technical skills in different communication platforms. In addition, students are required to put the knowledge and skills into practice in a variety of design exercises and projects. During the course of study, students will be introduced to essential design modules in Digital Media Design such as Design Principles, Colour for Designers, Creativity and Problem Solving, Design History and Culture, User Interaction Design, Screenplay and Storyboarding, Animation Principles and more.
The curriculum of the programme will be delivered in a mix of teaching tactics ranging from lectures and seminars to tutorials and various assessment methods including assignments, presentations, research, and quiz. Throughout the programme, emphasis will be put on the conceptual, aesthetic, and interactive aspects in design. The main objective of the programme is clearly about enabling students to develop strategic designs involving interactivity and integration of various media
- Design Principles
- Digital and Applied Illustration
- Colour for Designers
- User Interaction Design
- Fundamentals of Typography
- Digital Image Processing
- Digital Photography
- Design History and Culture
- Animation Principles 1
- Creativity and Problem Solving
- Screenplay and Storyboarding