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CAS Digital Communication Environments

Why do a CAS in Digital Communication Environments? Reasons include that you want to advance your experimental design practice, acquire new technical skills, reflect on your design decisions in a broader context or that you are interested in research. The topics offered in Digital Communication Environments – Digital Media, Graphic Design, Typography and Design Research – can be put together to create a personalised continuing education programme. This CAS has a modular structure and allows participants to tailor the continuing education programme to meet their individual needs.

Key data

CAS FHNW Certificate of Advanced Studies
ECTS points
Next start
after successfully participating in at least 5 weeks of either the Summer or Winter Workshops of HGK FHNW
Teaching language
German / English
cf. Fees below

Workshop Modules

Upon prior agreement, attendance at five one-week workshop modules with 2 ECTS credits each may be credited towards the CAS Digital Communication Environments. This will count as 10 of the 15 credit points required for the CAS Digital Communication Environments.

Combine your personal CAS continued-education studies based on our currently available workshop modules:

Type Design

to Type Design

Inquiry by Design

to Inquiry by Design

Poster Design

to Poster Design

Immersive Images

to Immersive Images

Design History – the Myth of Swiss Style

to Design History – the Myth of Swiss Style

Perception Studies

to Perception Studies

Design Research

to Design Research

Variable Fonts

to Variable Fonts

Creative Coding

to Creative Coding

Moving Graphics

to Moving Graphics

Videodocumentation and Narration

to Videodocumentation and Narration

Game Design

to Game Design

The Neural Aesthetic of Deep Learning

to The Neural Aesthetic of Deep Learning

Institute Digital Communication Environments (IDCE)

Through digital media and the democratisation of communication channels that goes hand in hand with it, the critical handling of their visual and interaction-based design has become decisively more important, because the social relevance of information and communication has thus fundamentally changed.

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Institute Digital Communication Environments IDCE

FHNW University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland Academy of Art and Design, Institute Digital Communication Environments (IDCE) High-rise: D 5.03 Freilager-Platz 1 CH - 4142 Münchenstein near Basel