Undergraduate | CUR-DIG32 | 2024
Digital Portfolio Development
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Explore the broader issues that affect your digital design practice. Revise ways of working and take on constructive criticism. Expand your understanding of how the industry works. Push your portfolio further as you prepare it for public presentation.
- Study method
- 100% online
- 100% online
- Start dates
- 26 Feb 2024,
- 26 Aug 2024,
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- Entry requirements
- Prior study needed
- 13 weeks
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Digital Portfolio Development
About this subject
At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- assess, revise and reformulate approaches and solutions to design projects
- create design solutions that accommodate uncertain delivery contexts
- modify a design in response to industry feedback.
- Project initialisation
- Production Refinement
- Portfolio Presentation
This subject was previously known as DIG372 Digital Portfolio Development.
In this subject, student will develop a professional portfolio as the culmination of their undergraduate study. This portfolio will collate students' best project work into a professionally presented portfolio and online presence in preparation for a final exhibition presentation to industry. The portfolio will highlight an ability to implement a range of fully resolved and deliverable folio pieces, as well as function as a public showcase of work. By consolidating and synthesising the knowledge, skills and awareness garnered from previous semesters, students will present a portfolio using cross-disciplinary approaches that exhibit their potential in the discipline field.
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- Proposal (30%)
- Exercise (20%)
- Project (50%)
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CUR-DIG372 (Not currently available)
- Equipment requirements - Computer capable of running required production software
- Software requirements - Access to relevant production software (eg. Adobe Creative Cloud etc)
- Other requirements - Access to the internet
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