Digital Media covers the necessary skills to develop interactive applications using rich multimedia authoring tools.
Upon completion of this specialisation, students should be able to apply digital media development processes, user experience principles, conceptualisation and design the user interface porting it from the big screen to mobile devices. This would help students who are creative to develop beautiful and user friendly digital media user interfaces and drive their passion for digital media design, or expand their job prospects as a Digital Media Design Specialist, Digital Media Design Analyst, Digital Media Solution specialist, Digital Media Design Consultant, Digital Media Marketing Executive, Digital Media Development Manager and more.
This module introduces students to 3D modeling tools and concepts that go into the production of games, animation and interactive media. Students will be also be given an in-depth look at what 3D applications can do, which tools they should use to achieve their goals and how they work.
This module provides fundamental principles of visual design for students to effectively organise and present information utilising interfaces. This module will provide students an in-depth look into principles of perception and cognition that inform effective design. The module will utilise technologies that support and help build human-centric design proficiencies.
This module includes hands-on coverage of Google Cloud tools and services in building an online presence for businesses. Students will explore and build online applications that can enhance business productivity, create online presence, understand and engage customers with social media and analyse their online presence using different Google web tool technologies.
Internet Technology Specialist, Internet Technologist, Internet Technology Solutions Architect, Internet Technologies Support Analyst, Internet Technology Systems Analyst, Internet Technology Support.
Information technologists generally design, operate or maintain technology products. Not limited to employment with technology companies, information technology (IT) specialists may work with any businesses, agencies or organizations that use technology or manage large amounts of information. Regardless of the sector they work in, IT specialists usually provide similar services related to software, hardware, databases, Web resources, networks and enterprise systems.
This specialisation is offered as an option as part of the Bachelor's (Hons) in Information Technology. Click below to learn more about the programme.