Digital graphics feature in many areas of our lives and play a very important part in today’s world. The digital media sector relies heavily on these visual stimulants within the products it produces, to communicate messages effectively.
The aim of this unit is for learners to understand the basics of digital graphics editing for the creative and digital media sector. They will learn where and why digital graphics are used and what techniques are involved in their creation. This unit will develop learners’ understanding of the client brief, time frames, deadlines and preparation techniques as part of the planning and creation process.
You have been asked by your local tourist information centre to produce a portfolio of digital photographs for a display on the theme of ‘My Local Area’ to attract visitors and businesses.
You will take a series of digital photographs and select the best. The photographic portfolio should be based on a suitable theme such as the urban landscape, architecture, people, sports or the natural environment. Visitors will include tourists and shoppers. The tourist information centre has requested that your photographs are not changed significantly by using image editing tools and techniques.
This is an exam based unit focusing on professional preproduction material. The exam is 1 hour and 15mins and sat just after Christmas.
In this unit you will understand the basics of pre-production skills for the creative and media sector. You will learn how to work with a client brief and time frames and meet deadlines.
This unit will develop your skills and preparation techniques to form part of the planning and creation process for your National iMedia course. This unit is one of the compulsory units and is the exam unit.
Interactive multimedia products are used widely in everyday life and the creative and digital media sector. They are used in computer games, mobile phone applications, presentations and many other areas.
This unit will enable learners to understand the basics of interactive multimedia products for the creative and digital media sector. They will learn where and why interactive multimedia is used and what features are needed for a given purpose. It will enable them to interpret a client brief, and to use time frames, deadlines and preparation techniques as part of the planning and creation process when creating an interactive multimedia product.