Multimedia Arts Portfolio Proj

Course Description

In this two-month capstone course, students assemble a portfolio of their best work from previous Digital Media Design courses and edit/polish those pieces until they are suitable to show a prospective digital media design industry employer. The final portfolio will include some combination of the digital presentations and graphics, websites, game elements and animations. Printed materials such as journal style documentation, creative briefs, proposals, flow charts, executive summaries and descriptive critiques are also encouraged. Grading is S or U only.

Learning Outcomes

  • To evaluate strengths and weaknesses of previous projects.
  • To edit and/or improve components of portfolio for presentation effectiveness.
  • To compile components of portfolio for presentation effectiveness.

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