The Product Design BA (Hons) course at University of East London delves into both traditional craft techniques and advancements in digital product design practices to equip students with transferable skills.
The Digital Product Design BA (Hons) programme at UEL provides an educational and creative framework that enables you to become a professional digital product designer.
The programme aims to stimulate student’s overall intellect and creativity and will specialise in all things digital, combined with practical established craft approaches to embrace advancements in machinery and technology.
This combination of skills will ultimately enable graduates with the tools to explore, experiment and find interesting solutions to complex problems as well as opening a world of new career opportunities in product design that they can take advantage of.
The curriculum will provide students with the right transferable skills required to become problem solvers and creative product design thinkers. These traits include having the ability to empathise, so that they understand who they are solving the problem for, and why and how it benefits society.
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