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Branded Fashion Designer

Branded Fashion Designers create fresh, inspiring, imaginative designs then develop and produce them for commercial success.

Branded Fashion Designers typically manage production of clothing designs to meet project budgets and timelines, trend forecasting, 2D and 3D imaging, project management, garment construction or they can work on their own label.

Interior Designer (Commercial or Residential)

Use your creativity and design your own commercial or residential space.

An Interior Designer is a specialist in branding, lighting, sustainability and materiality for commercial or residential spaces such as retail stores and exhibitions, hotels, bars, restaurants, night clubs, workspaces, residential properties and even virtual commercial environments. They may work in either architecture, interior design practices or set up their own freelance business.

3D Animator

Like the idea of creating worlds and characters, and bringing these to life?

3D Animators create 3D moving images using computer software. They can work across film, TV, games, advertising, and information/education and beyond, and can also specialise in different areas of animation.

Graphic/Communication Designer

Work for large design companies, small design studios or freelance.

A communication designer works across graphic design, traditional print work, as well as digital media extensions and multidisciplinary design for large companies, small design studios or they can freelance. They develop branding and visual information solutions for clients and depending on their skills can specialise in areas including packaging design, branding, typography, art direction, magazine publishing, copywriting, producer and finished artist.

UX & Web Designer

UX & Web Designers improve user satisfaction with a product.

Based on research findings of target audiences, they are able to enhance the content architecture and design of digital technology such as apps and websites so the user can be visually and mentally satisfied. As technology progresses, the demand for superior UX & web design is high.

Film & Video Designer

Become a visual storyteller.

We live in a world of moving images – from cinemas, to boardrooms and to bus rides – and it’s designers with visual storytelling skills who create them. Film and Video Designers produce content for film, TV, games, advertising, information/education and beyond. They cover motion graphic design, digital video production, editing and post-production, sound design, concept design, preproduction planning, cinematography, compositing and visual effects.

Software Engineer/ Software Developer

Join forces with fellow experts and work together on projects developing commercially feasible computer games.

A software engineer writes and maintains software as diverse as running in a large-scale enterprise to a niche mobile app. They artfully combine computer science & engineering to develop software for existing and future industries with specializations in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, cloud computing, virtual reality and others. Your role in software engineering will be programming games in projects with fellow gaming specialists to create games deliverable to the market.

Digital Content Producer

Be the creative mind to produce some of the most dynamic digital content out there.

Digital producers are specialists in digital media design inclusive of interaction design, animation, and motion design. As a digital producer, you will be at the forefront of one of the fastest growing sectors of today's economy and may work in a digital studio or production house.

Web Developer

Combine your ideas and emerging technologies with engaging web designs for your users.

Web developers are digitally savvy specialists who integrate web design principles with user experience insights to produce interactive features across multiple platforms. Web developers may freelance or work as a tight-knit team and in areas such as web app or front-end web development.

Graphic Designer

Be that creative edge and integrate design, media, and technology to produce compelling visual experiences.

Graphic designers are creatively bent and work across a wide range of visual designing areas such as digital media, print work, and visual storytelling. A good graphic designer will capture their client's audience whilst maintaining a brand's message through striking and engaging visual presentations. Graphic design careers may be with large media companies, design studios or even freelance.

Game Artist

Create state of the art environments and characters for video games in one of the world's biggest industries.

Game artists and video game designers and illustrators specialise in creating cutting-edge visuals such as environments and characters in the development of video games across multiple platforms. A game art designer will be exceptional in 2D and 3D modelling, animation, and user experience aspects.

Game Programmer

Create and design the next biggest video game.

A game programmer is a specialist software engineer who develops video games and related software, such as game development tools. The game programmer develops software using languages such as C++ & C# and tools such Unity and Unreal Engine. The game programmer designs and writes code runs and controls the game on various platforms from Sony PlayStation, Microsoft XBOX to PC.

Select a Career below

Branded Fashion Designers create fresh, inspiring, imaginative designs then develop and produce them for commercial success.

Branded Fashion Designers typically manage production of clothing designs to meet project budgets and timelines, trend forecasting, 2D and 3D imaging, project management, garment construction or they can work on their own label.

Use your creativity and design your own commercial or residential space.

An Interior Designer is a specialist in branding, lighting, sustainability and materiality for commercial or residential spaces such as retail stores and exhibitions, hotels, bars, restaurants, night clubs, workspaces, residential properties and even virtual commercial environments. They may work in either architecture, interior design practices or set up their own freelance business.

Like the idea of creating worlds and characters, and bringing these to life?

3D Animators create 3D moving images using computer software. They can work across film, TV, games, advertising, and information/education and beyond, and can also specialise in different areas of animation.

Work for large design companies, small design studios or freelance.

A communication designer works across graphic design, traditional print work, as well as digital media extensions and multidisciplinary design for large companies, small design studios or they can freelance. They develop branding and visual information solutions for clients and depending on their skills can specialise in areas including packaging design, branding, typography, art direction, magazine publishing, copywriting, producer and finished artist.

UX & Web Designers improve user satisfaction with a product.

Based on research findings of target audiences, they are able to enhance the content architecture and design of digital technology such as apps and websites so the user can be visually and mentally satisfied. As technology progresses, the demand for superior UX & web design is high.

Become a visual storyteller.

We live in a world of moving images – from cinemas, to boardrooms and to bus rides – and it’s designers with visual storytelling skills who create them. Film and Video Designers produce content for film, TV, games, advertising, information/education and beyond. They cover motion graphic design, digital video production, editing and post-production, sound design, concept design, preproduction planning, cinematography, compositing and visual effects.

Join forces with fellow experts and work together on projects developing commercially feasible computer games.

A software engineer writes and maintains software as diverse as running in a large-scale enterprise to a niche mobile app. They artfully combine computer science & engineering to develop software for existing and future industries with specializations in artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, cloud computing, virtual reality and others. Your role in software engineering will be programming games in projects with fellow gaming specialists to create games deliverable to the market.

Be the creative mind to produce some of the most dynamic digital content out there.

Digital producers are specialists in digital media design inclusive of interaction design, animation, and motion design. As a digital producer, you will be at the forefront of one of the fastest growing sectors of today's economy and may work in a digital studio or production house.

Combine your ideas and emerging technologies with engaging web designs for your users.

Web developers are digitally savvy specialists who integrate web design principles with user experience insights to produce interactive features across multiple platforms. Web developers may freelance or work as a tight-knit team and in areas such as web app or front-end web development.

Be that creative edge and integrate design, media, and technology to produce compelling visual experiences.

Graphic designers are creatively bent and work across a wide range of visual designing areas such as digital media, print work, and visual storytelling. A good graphic designer will capture their client's audience whilst maintaining a brand's message through striking and engaging visual presentations. Graphic design careers may be with large media companies, design studios or even freelance.

Create state of the art environments and characters for video games in one of the world's biggest industries.

Game artists and video game designers and illustrators specialise in creating cutting-edge visuals such as environments and characters in the development of video games across multiple platforms. A game art designer will be exceptional in 2D and 3D modelling, animation, and user experience aspects.

Create and design the next biggest video game.

A game programmer is a specialist software engineer who develops video games and related software, such as game development tools. The game programmer develops software using languages such as C++ & C# and tools such Unity and Unreal Engine. The game programmer designs and writes code runs and controls the game on various platforms from Sony PlayStation, Microsoft XBOX to PC.

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