Visual communication is open and fluid and changing rapidly. Our studio is flexible and of its time because design, as we see it, is an experimental and interdisciplinary practice.
Visual Communication as a discipline incorporates many sub-disciplines such as design for print, typography, identity and branding, exhibitions, environmental graphics, wayfinding and public commissions, to name just a few.
Increasingly designers are choosing to craft a hybrid practice, which is open and versatile. Working towards a career as a professional designer, it’s important to have experience and knowledge of the potential breadth of the field. This studio introduces the multi-disciplinary practice of visual communication.
Emphasis is placed on the development and acquisition of a repertoire of visual skills and approaches. You will be encouraged to explore different mediums and methods, while integrating theoretical knowledge through research.
Head of Studio: Sarah Stubbs
If you would like to discuss your own practice or ambitions, contact our Visual Communications studio to arrange a one-on-one consultation today.
The Visual Communication Studio has a large open plan teaching area, seminar room with audio visual facilities, design resource area, separate working space for Third Year students equipped with high-end computers and a colour A3 printer.
Undergraduate students have access to a digital camera, video recorder, related graphic design materials and access to the Time Based Media studio, comprising 28 Macintosh computers running current graphic software packages.
Study Visual Communication
Masters by Research
To find out about application procedures, entry requirements, and scholarships, refer to College of Arts, Law and Education Research Degrees.
Banner Art Credit: Ben Fisher