Attractive designs bolster the appeal of websites and various industrial products.
In the Information Networking Digital Design Course, students acquire a wealth of design knowledge and learn practical skills for creating unique designs. They also acquire the skill to give shape to future information services and industrial products.
Today, manufacturing is inseparable from computers.
Rapid prototyping, i.e., creating a design using 3D CAD and other tools and transforming it into a tangible object quickly by 3D printers and laser-based manufacturing machines, is attracting much attention.
In the Information Networking Digital Design Course, students focus on two areas: “digital design,” which covers manufacturing by making full use of computers, and “user experience design,” which deals with interactions between humans and computers. The course aims to nurture highly talented people who make full use of computers to give shape to new ideas in the shortest time possible.
Web designers and industrial designers