Following on from the success of its first festival in 2015, Hartlepool’s Festival of Illustration – led by Cleveland College of Art and Design (CCAD) – is returning to the…
Why should you study
Graphic Design & Communication?
This programme emphasises both experimental work and real world creative problem-solving. You will develop industry relevant digital and traditional skills.
“Because of its close links with industry partners and the encouragement of work experience, the students come into the studio with clearer understanding of commercial practices.”
Adrian Foster, Design Manager, Visualsoft
Our graphic design degree is very different from others. We are in a commercial world that requires creatives to work on a variety of digital and traditional platforms for print and screen, therefore we have a very multi-disciplinary approach with a view to developing the next generation of creative directors and designers.
We offer a conceptual approach to design through mixing traditional and contemporary techniques offering areas of speciality such as:
- Advanced Typography
- Motion Graphics
- Web Design