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MA Graphic Design encourages designers to explore ways to develop understanding between cocommunicators, through systematically interrogating design practice, and by generating alternative visual solutions. MA students enquire into ways that users make meaning from graphic design in order to take into consideration a range of factors (such as materiality and site) that potentially contribute to communication processes. Creative approaches are required that respond to complex situations in which many problems reside. Outcomes are not constrained by media or by limited interpretations of what it is to be a graphic designer. Consequently an outcome might involve the design of an experience or service, as much as it might concern more conventional forms of graphic production. A ?Showcase? has been designed to give you the opportunity to take a closer look at the facilities, studios, staff and tutors of this course, together with examples of current student projects, recent work placements, graduate career prospects, exhibitions, events and awards, links with industry and other interesting facts. There is also further information about entry qualifications and the potential cost of materials and visits. Please click on the link below for further details: http:www.aucb.ac.ukcoursespostgraduatestudypostgraduateshowcase.aspx

MA Graphic Design encourages designers to explore ways to develop understanding between cocommunicators, through systematically interrogating design practice, and by generating alternative visual solutions. MA students enquire into ways that users make meaning from graphic design in order to take into consideration a range of factors (such as materiality and site) that potentially contribute to...

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