Digital Design Courses
Kick start your creative career with AIT’s industry recognised Digital Design courses!
Our world is made by designers. Everything we see, from websites and advertisements to clothes and product logos, was crafted by someone who made decisions on colour, layout and style. Unleash your creative power in this suite of digital design courses, made specifically for artists to combine traditional graphic design with the needs of the digital world.
Taking you from core principles to advanced techniques, we cover a broad range of skills to prepare you for any professional task.
Try your hand at drawing classes, master title and credit design, hone your photography and learn how to make websites look amazing with the help of our industry-active professional teachers. In addition, you will have the opportunity to study related fields such as animation and film making, to enhance your design work and increase your employability.
Whether you’re interested in studying traditional graphic design principles, branding for products or even creating imagery for interactive game worlds, this is the place to build your all-round digital media and web development skills. Unlock your inner artistic genius, graduate with a professional portfolio and thrive in any digital design environment.
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Why Study Digital Design at AIT
- Active, professional teachers
- Flexible learning environment
- Hands-on training in a practical creative skill
- Latest in industry-standard software and technology
- Traditional foundations with digital specific learning
- Small classes for personalised lessons
- Focus on building a portfolio to showcase your talents
Bachelor of Digital Design
Featuring industry software such as the Adobe Creative Cloud, this digital design course prepares you for a career as a digital and graphic designer by teaching you all the necessary skills to thrive in an expanding and rewarding field. Build on core design principles with the knowledge and techniques from related fields such as responsive and cross-platform design, UI/UX, animation and game design, for a balanced and wide-ranging education.
Diploma of Digital Design (On-Campus)
Looking for hands-on training with less theory? This is a 2 term (8 month) diploma with a focus on core skills needed to begin your career in digital design. This diploma means you will be digging into the practical side of design and enhancing your skills more quickly. Plus, once you have gained a handle on the basics, you have the opportunity to continue your studies and upgrade to a bachelor.
Diploma of Digital Design (Online)
Are you looking to become a designer with highly sought after digital skills? AIT is proud to launch the nation’s first Higher Education Online Diploma of Digital Design. Focus on hands on industry standard skills and, supplement your theory with practical experience in a wide range of design principles. Learn key design elements such as interface design, digital images, typography, design thinking, advertising and creative drawing, and build a broad knowledge base in related areas within the digital world. Be more than just a designer and stand out from the crowd!
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Learn how to make amazing works like this in a short period of time by studying digital design courses at the Academy of Information Technology. Learn the Art of character modelling, rigging, motion capture and rendering, create virtual worlds & more!!
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Careers in Digital Design
Design is a broad church, encompassing the skills and work that go into determining the “look” of…almost everything you see around you. And nowhere is that talent more important than the virtual world of digital interactive media, where the way a piece of information or entertainment is presented can mean the difference between engagement and being ignored.
It isn’t simply a technical career, either. Designers frequently liaise with clients, copywriters and other stakeholders, so there’s often a strong interpersonal element in these kinds of roles. Balancing the needs and wants of various stakeholders, while solving problems and producing the most creative and beautiful work – these are the challenges a designer faces.
Find out more about our Digital Design Courses & Study Options!
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