Put Your Artistic Skills To Use In A Digital Design And Animation Career

If you are emphatic about new technology and have a natural knack for art and creativity, a Digital Design and Animation degree could be exactly what you are looking for. As a graduate of this area, there are many different paths you could choose when picking a career, including key roles in advertising, design, and animation. A degree can help you gain the skills you need to bring your ideas to life.

With a Multimedia Technologies degree specializing in Digital Design and Animation, you'll have basic foundations in visual design,
project management, and portfolio development. Through your studies, you will be able to draw by hand and use computers to create original artwork.

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Examples of Design Courses:

3D arts animation

Art theory

Audio/video editing

Color theory

Digital publishing

Drawing design

Typography

Web authoring and design

Your design program will teach you the most recent technologies available so you will be prepared to enter the workforce with gusto. As a design student, you'll likely be trained in on essential design software like Autodesk 3ds Max, Master Collection Adobe Creative Suite, and Vistablets. You can become a master of programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and Flash, and use the programs to create all kinds of creative multimedia projects and campaigns.

All of the work that you complete in your courses can be used in your professional portfolio, which you'll use to show employers your skills when applying for jobs. Most employers like to see your most recent work, so including college coursework in your portfolio can be especially relevant.

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This article was transcribed by the Rasmussen College Blog team. Are you ready to take the plunge into a new, successful future? If so, learn more about our degree programs today.

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