Digital Media Courses(8 courses)
This 10-week, part-time User Experience Design course equips students with the skills needed to create meaningful digital experiences for consumers and customers.View course information
The User Experience Design: Accelerated course is an intensive one-week course that prepares students to break into the ever-growing field of user experience design.View course information
The User Experience Design Transform course, delivered full-time over 10 weeks, provides students with a thorough understanding of UX fundamentals, from design research and analysis to concept development and communication.View course information
Start an exciting new career in media, communications, PR or journalism with this tailored-to-you Graduate Diploma of Communication course from Deakin University.View course information
The Master of Communication equips students with the analytical, research and communication skills needed for higher-level careers in the communications and media industries.View course information
With this Developing AI Strategy course you’ll have access to the latest tools from Amazon Web Services, and we’ll help you develop a real-world AI strategy for your organisation. Over eight weeks, you’ll also get to know the full AI stack: from Natural Language Processing and robotics to machine learning and Neural Networks. Best of all – you’re learning from Australia’s leading AI experts at Versent and Eliiza.View course information
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About Digital Media
The post-network era gives a lot of prevalence to the digital media-maker – the kind of practitioner who uses great design to visualise information and make media which responds to its consumer. We’ve seen newspapers become interactive hubs and scheduled television morph into on-demand videos. Radio is created for downloading, not transmitting; Scrabble is played across time zones; magazines are designed for phones – in the digital sphere, media has completely converged.
It shouldn’t be too surprising. Since the invention of Pong, entertainment and computers have been inseparable, and even more so now – over half of us admit to media multitasking while we’re watching television at home. With such an appetite for digital consumables, designers and producers need to know their craft.