After complete the study, graduates are:
- Able to create printed and digital Visual Communication Design (VCD) works that have added values and aesthetics to overcome problems of identity, mass communication, and competition faced by stakeholders;
- Able to conduct research and idea exploration to set the objectives, communication targets, and Visual Communication Design (VCD) prototype solutions that can overcome problems of identity, mass communication, and competition by considering the ethical, historical, and cultural aspects, as well as social consequences, regulations, and technology;
- Able to analyze the efficiency of material utilization and time in the production process of each selected Visual Communication Design (VCD) alternative solution prototype without changing the essence and aesthetic design;
- Able to produce DKV work designs with cultural values and local wisdom through understanding global design trends that are in accordance with design objectives;
- Able to produce technology-based design prototypes and creative visual communication concepts with the novelty of integrated media as design solutions;
- Able to apply interdisciplinary knowledge and skills in developing alternative solutions for problem-solving.
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