Multimedia designers combine design and technical knowledge to cre - ate information and communication technology-based products that entertain, educate, or inform the user. This includes entertainment products such as computer games, education and training materials such as electronic kiosks in museums and trade shows, DVD-ROM games and “edutainment” programs, and interactive presentations used in business settings.
The duties of a multimedia designer may include animation, story-boarding, digital audio, digital video, project management, accessibility, and liaising with clients.
Multimedia designers work in the film and TV industries, advertising and marketing firms, web companies, government agencies, academic organizations and non-profit organizations, or may work as independent multimedia designers.
24 semester units
A grade of "C" or higher is required for each course applied to the certificate.
|DGME 102||Media Law and Ethics||3 units|
|DGME 103||Thinking Visually: Fundamentals of Two-Dimensional Design||3 units|
|DGME 113||Digital Video Production||3 units|
|DGME 143||Motion Graphics||3 units|
|DGME 165||Digital Animation||3 units|
|DGME 166||Web Authoring: ActionScript||3 units|
|DGME 167||Web Design I||3 units|
|DGME 168||Web Design II||3 units|
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