BA(Hons) in Communication Design
Liverpool John Moores University(LJMU) partners with like-minded institutions and organisations within the UK and around the world to deliver their learning programmes. By working closely with high-quality learning providers they ensure that the partner students receive an equivalent educational experience to those students based at the LJMU campus. This UI/UX program helps you to develop your artistic, technical and practical skills in creating design that are essential to contemporary communication.
In this UI/UX course, you will learn the tools and techniques required to bring about a sense of fluidity in your art whilst gaining expertise in basic skills that will help you to upgrade your abilities in any one of the chosen specializations.
By enrolling for this course, you will fast-track your career growth by sharpening your skills and industry mentorship along with the international quality education that LJMU is known for.
The programme of LJMU will be delivered here on campus will be at par with what is being taught in the same programme at LJMU, UK.
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The students will have an option to progress to BA Business Innovation & Management offered by the University of Creative Arts , UK at their campus in the UK after the successful completion of the Second Year BA (Hons) Communication Design. Those students will have an Exit Award of Professional Diploma in Creative Arts & Design from ISCA along with the University Exit Awards.
If you are a fan of apps and are passionate about the potential of this new and growing communication form, User Interface and User Experience design pathway might be for you. First you will gain a understanding of UI & UX theory and practice. Then going forward to learn to create web & mobile apps and UI & UX technology in the human context.
The demand for UI/UX designers is steadily increasing. More and more companies are being forced to invest more into their UX in order to maintain a competitive edge in today’s tech-heavy market.
Students should achieve the Senior Secondary School Certificate or an equivalent examination from a recognized board with not less than 45%.
Demonstrate creative aptitude by achieving well in an entry test conducted by ISCA. This entry test enables the prospective student’s capacity for Creative Design to be evaluated by faculty members.