Game Design

If you’re looking for an art course with a difference then Game Design could be the right choice for you. You’ll study every aspect of game design right from storyboard conception at the start to animation, playable prototypes, and digital modelling.

You’ll also be taught the website aspects of game play including code so that by the time you graduate you’ll have a strong working knowledge of the entire industry and be in the best position to get a job.

The main areas you’ll cover in most courses include character development, interactive design, 3D modelling, and computer programming. You’ll develop your analytic skills as you’ll research and analyse future gaming trends and identify unique selling points in current games.

Most universities give you the opportunity to meet key players in the gaming industry so you can develop your network of contacts before you’ve graduated. Strong analysis skills, good written and oral communication, and web design skills mean you’ll be able to succeed in a variety of career paths.

Related courses

  • Graphic Design
  • Web Design
  • Film Studies
  • Illustration

Where to study Game Design

  • Brunel University
  • University of the Arts London (London College of Communication)
  • University of Central Lancashire

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