Graphic design is at the forefront of branding and advertising, and is responsible for delivering some of the most famous logos and brand designs. Any logo updates, branding, and advertising will have been created by graphic designers. You will see a broad range of graphic design examples in your everyday life, including type, image and form on posters, packaging, books and websites.
An undergraduate degree in graphic design will teach you the basics of graphic design, allowing you to explore the creative and business elements. You will study modules such as drawing, printmaking and art history. This mix enables you to develop your knowledge of graphic design practices.
Your degree will likely be delivered in a mixture of modes. These will include lectures and seminars, as well as practical projects. The practical projects will give you the opportunity to develop your portfolio of work.