D. Voc in Graphics and Multimedia

The Centre for Vocational and Technical education of SNDTWU at Premlila Vithaldas Polytechnic was established in 2017. The Diploma in Graphics and Multimedia is established in 2019. Now days, many professions are becoming increasingly computer-oriented, and the field of graphic design and multimedia is no exception. As the world advances technologically, the traditional working materials of the graphic designer such as rulers, pencils and lettering stencils are being replaced by highly efficient computer programs. This new technology has not rendered the graphic designer obsolete, however. Instead, it serves as a new tool for the designer to employ in his or her craft. Our course aims at making graphic design and multimedia major means of learning to be creative with the use of technology and learning to adapt to all the other changes that can manifest within the field.
Multimedia graphic designers often develop websites, advertising materials and other digital content. While in college, students learn necessary computer and design skills as well as build portfolios that can help them gain employment.
Graphic design and multimedia as a discipline exists at the crossroads of art and technology. So, if you want to improve your skills in this field, you should our program that includes both basic art education along with instruction on how to use software.
 

Course Information


Year of Establishment – 2019

Duration – 3 years (Inclusive of Internship)

Intake – 25

Eligibility – 10th pass any stream or equivalent/ Vocational/ NSDC Certification/ Technical Diploma. 

Core Subjects


Photo editing, Video Editing, Illustration, Pre-production, Animation Techniques, 3D modelling, 3D motion Graphics and VFX, Maya Muscle, Digital Compositing, 3D Texturing, etc.

Special Features


While doing this course in Graphic Design and Multimedia, it will lead to a promising career in a number of wildly different industries, there are several particular careers that students in this discipline frequently pursue. If you're thinking of earning a graphic design and multimedia diploma but aren't sure where you would like it to take you, consider the following job options:

 

1. Writers and Content Providers :

A writer, sometimes called a "content provider" for the content they create for their employers, produces text meant to be inserted into a design. The text must accurately convey the feeling or message of the site or advertisement it is being featured on, but must also be effective as a design element. This may involve word count limits, font usage, forced line breaks and other requirements. Experience in relevant design software is typically a plus in these occupations as well.

2. Multimedia Artists and Animators:

Multimedia artists work with storyboards to compose motion pictures, advertisements and animated features. A "storyboard" is a series of images that outline the sequence of a video or animation, showing how the finished product is planned to flow before work even begins. This field is a direct extension of the fine arts and requires facility with drawing and composition, as storyboards are often drawn by hand. Storyboards can serve as a guide to colleagues that are working on other aspects of the same project, such as special effects artists and actors.

3. Graphic Designers :

Graphic designers work with their clients and colleagues to create graphical and design-based elements in order to meet a goal, such as selling products or convincing viewers of a message. They use computer software and their own artistic skill to conceptualize and create new elements for their clients and their audiences. These professionals have versatile application -- they may work for advertisers, or with video games, print media or online media companies. Many are also self-employed, working as freelancers or consultants

4. Art Directors :

Art directors act as a project manager during various parts of the creative process, but their overarching goal is improving the overall look of the final product. Larger projects, such as films and animation, require the efforts of many professionals with varying skills. The art director's job is to unify all the different pieces made by all these different professionals into a cohesive product. As a result, the skills of the art director include the ability to multitask and retain a total vision of a project. Complex image manipulation is usually involved, and the mastery of software programs such as CAD is a mu

5. Film and Video Editors :

Through the use of video-editing software, film and video editors take apart recorded video footage and splice it back together into a finished product. TV shows, films, music videos, documentaries, even features such as news or sports games -- video editors can manipulate the footage of any of these, adding cuts, transitions and/or special effects to turn ordinary footage into a director's vision. Many film and video editors also take on a creative role during the filming process, suggesting camera angles or shots that help the film achieve its artistic goals.