Master of Arts (MA) in Communication Design in United Kingdom

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Communication Design

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Top Master of Art Programs in Communication Design in United Kingdom 2018

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MA in Design for Communication

University of Westminster - Westminster School of Media, Arts and Design
Campus Full time 1 year United Kingdom London

This Masters reflects the multidisciplinary nature of contemporary communications, bringing together key subject disciplines in visual communication including graphic design, moving image, digital media and illustration. The course will help you to develop the analytical skills and generate conceptual thinking needed to prepare for high-level professional practice. [+]

This Masters reflects the multidisciplinary nature of contemporary communications, bringing together key subject disciplines in visual communication including graphic design, moving image, digital media and illustration. The course will help you to develop the analytical skills and generate conceptual thinking needed to prepare for high-level professional practice.

We are committed to having a broad scope of activities on the course, from traditional graphic skills to future communication delivery methods. The course offers strong links to new media industries, and we work in collaboration with them, and use their advice and expertise, in the ongoing development of the course content.... [-]


MA Graphic Design Communication

University of the Arts London
Campus Full time 1 year October 2018 United Kingdom London

MA Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins promotes a shared exploration of an ever-changing subject while enabling your development as an individual designer. [+]

As the ‘carrier signal of the 21st century’, graphic communication design touches every sphere of human life, impacting profoundly on culture, technology, social justice, economics, the built environment, globalisation, policy, sustainability and much more. MA Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins promotes a shared exploration of an ever-changing subject while enabling your development as an individual designer.

5 great reasons to apply Our graduates are versatile makers, astute commentators, and agents of positive socio-economic, cultural, and technological change. We take a critically informed and experimental approach to the production, form, and circulation of knowledge bringing together the traditional studio and craft traditions of graphic design with research driven approaches. We experiment openly with existing specialisms such as illustration and web design but also develop our own new ones. Our students have access to a diverse range of workshops including letterpress, print-making, photography, video, sound and digital facilities. Our individual and collective practices benefit from a highly international and diverse student and staff community. MA Graphic Communication Design pursues a direct and in-depth connection between the ‘applied arts’ tradition of graphic design and a critical and creative approach to communication. A carrier signal, in any form of communication, is the baseline flow of information. It is continuously modulated to transmit messages; it refigures meaning. If music can be understood as a carrier signal for the twentieth century, both expressing and amplifying waves of cultural change, then graphic communication design reveals itself to be the carrier signal of the twenty-first. ... [-]

MA Interaction Design Communication

University of the Arts London
Campus Full time 15 months September 2018 United Kingdom London

MA Interaction Design Communication is a practice-led design course that prepares students to design for an increasingly technologically informed and interdisciplinary design world with skills in the following areas: interaction design, design prototyping, physical computing, user centered design, open source digital platforms, design research, foresight and insight, experience design, communication design, speculative and critical design, interactive design and digital arts. [+]

MA Interaction Design Communication is a practice-led design course that prepares students to design for an increasingly technologically informed and interdisciplinary design world with skills in the following areas: interaction design, design prototyping, physical computing, user-centered design, open source digital platforms, design research, foresight and insight, experience design, communication design, speculative and critical design, interactive design and digital arts.

REASONS TO APPLY Exploring through Practice: The course has three distinct areas: Interaction (how we craft meaningful experience), Design (addressing strategic and human-centred needs with aesthetic sensibility) and Communication (the ability to propose cogent design futures with appropriate means). You’ll explore those areas through prototyping and making as a means to develop complex design projects. Developing critical and flexible practitioners: Understand the scope and breadth of Interaction Design Communication and develop the tools to flourish in this fast-pace discipline through an emphasis on teaching critical design methods. Industry partners: Work in collaboration on projects with our professional industry and cultural partners, including Intel, IBM, William Morris Gallery and the V&A. Guest lectures: Discover the broad range of potential careers and build professional networks through our series of guest lectures and workshops – run by industry experts, critical thinkers, design tinkerers and professional practitioners. International design trips: Present your work and engage in innovative panel discussions at international conferences and events, such as ThingsCon in Berlin and the Interface Politics conference in Barcelona.... [-]


MA in Graphic Communication Design

University of the Arts London
Campus Full time 2 years September 2018 United Kingdom London

MA Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins promotes a shared exploration of an ever-changing subject while enabling your development as an individual designer. [+]

As the ‘carrier signal of the 21st century’, graphic communication design touches every sphere of human life, impacting profoundly on culture, technology, social justice, economics, the built environment, globalisation, policy, sustainability and much more. MA Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins promotes a shared exploration of an ever-changing subject while enabling your development as an individual designer.

5 great reasons to apply Our graduates are versatile makers, astute commentators, and agents of positive socio-economic, cultural, and technological change. We take a critically informed and experimental approach to the production, form, and circulation of knowledge bringing together the traditional studio and craft traditions of graphic design with research driven approaches. We experiment openly with existing specialisms such as illustration and web design but also develop our own new ones. Our students have access to a diverse range of workshops including letterpress, print-making, photography, video, sound and digital facilities. Our individual and collective practices benefit from a highly international and diverse student and staff community. Content and structure ... [-]

MA Communication Design & the Creative Economy

Kingston University London
Campus Full time Part time 1 - 2 years September 2018 United Kingdom Kingston + 1 more

This MA is an intensive, collaborative masters course which combines the skills and craft needed for ground-breaking communication design with the solid business know-how to get your ideas and innovations off the ground. This MA is suitable for graduates and for industry professionals alike. It is cross-faculty, interdisciplinary, and extremely practical. [+]

Choose Kingston's Communication Design & the Creative Economy MA

This MA is an intensive, collaborative masters course which combines the skills and craft needed for ground-breaking communication design with the solid business know-how to get your ideas and innovations off the ground. This MA is suitable for graduates and for industry professionals alike. It is cross-faculty, interdisciplinary, and extremely practical.

You will hone your skills as a designer at the Faculty of Art and Design and Architecture. You will learn how to collaborate and run a business at Kingston Business School. By the end of the course, you will be able to develop, market and pitch ideas.

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Master in Communication Design

Norwich University of the Arts
Campus Full time August 2018 United Kingdom Norwich

Communication Design touches on every aspect of 21st century life. It is of fundamental importance to the way we relate to each other and our environment [+]

MA Communication Design

Communication Design touches on every aspect of 21st century life. It is of fundamental importance to the way we relate to each other and our environment.

This ideas driven, industry focused course will support your intellectual curiosity and equip you with the relevant skills to become an outstanding practitioner in the international design community. NUCA has established a strong reputation for the strength of its graphic and communication design expertise. Graduates find their NUCA credentials are very attractive to potential employers and many former students hold positions in leading design agencies.

This MA will challenge you to reflect on your existing practice and push your ideas as you immerse yourself in current research and trends within the sector. Working alongside academic staff you will be supported to address the professional, theoretical, ethical, technical, conceptual and visual aspects of design. Drawing on our substantial industry standard resources you may work in areas including; image making, typography, web design, product packaging and information design. Ideas generation and experimentation, problem solving and reflection are key skills that will be nurtured throughout this programme.... [-]