What is Media Design?
Media Design explores the new forms of experience and interactive fiction offered by digital technologies, virtual, mixed and augmented reality, interactive transmedia devices and augmented scenography, video-game experiences.
Media Design is also interested in new narrative forms for information, communication and entertainment and the possibilities of interaction offered by digital media. Through a practice of presenting information that facilitates its understanding, Media Design responds to the problems posed by the exponential production of data and their exploitation.
- Semiology of graphic representations
- Visual and spatial communication (events and museums)
- New modes of information representation and data-journalism
- Video Game and Serious Game
- Leisure, events and museography
- Visual identity, communication and audiovisual
Programs in Media Design at L’École de design Nantes Atlantique
This program entirely taught in English encourages the exploration of French culture in an applied interdisciplinary context, and offers a great opportunity to carry out design projects in a multicultural context.
Within this program, students will be able to choose to work on projects linked to Media Design.
Specifically tailored for international students who hold a Bachelor degree in design or equivalent, this program allows a good integration and a better approach of the methodology as taught at school through design practices.