Design and Graphics (A/T/M)

This course equips students to use technologies and creative processes to produce graphic design solutions. Students will learn how to use graphic design software, design to a brief for clients, and apply a range of techniques and technologies to create visual designs. They will learn to apply industry standards and practices through the development of their design projects.

This course provides pathways in a range of related fields such as architecture, digital 3D modelling, industrial design, engineering, interior design, graphic design, furniture design, fashion, jewellery, ceramics, textiles, and trade-based careers.


Units from Design and Graphics, Design and Textiles, Designed Environments and Engineering can be combined to make a Design and Technology minor, major, major minor or double major.