Design is part of our everyday lives: as a designer you have the potential to use your creativity to make a difference, whatever your chosen discipline. Design is also a major industry, a pathway to innovative thinking and a vibrant culture of global practitioners.
There are many ways you can make an impact in this field. You might work for an established agency or in the creative services department of a larger organisation. However, you can also use your entrepreneurial skills to establish a business or develop your own product. Going down this path means you can set your own hours and focus on your interests.
International exposure is a critical component of design practice. So too is a keen eye for the intricacies of human interactions. The best designers have a passion for designing and making new work, whether it’s a piece of ready-to-wear fashion or a successful mobile app.
"All goods and services are designed. The urge to design – to consider a situation, imagine a better situation, and act to create that improved situation – goes back to our pre-human ancestors. Making tools helped us to become what we are – design helped to make us human."
Ken Friedman and Erik Stolterman, Editors, Design Thinking, Design Theory Series
For creative, smart and ambitious individuals, the Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication is a pathway to becoming a designer with the conceptual thinking and critical engagement required to excel in a rapidly changing practice.
The Bachelor of Design in Fashion and Textiles is the starting point for careers across all facets of the international fashion industry. The degree provides the knowledge and skills required to transform creative vision into compelling fashion statements.
The Bachelor of Design in Integrated Product Design prepares students for a career in the global industrial design sector at all levels, from boutique design practice and service design to large-scale industrial production and beyond.
The Bachelor of Design in Interior and Spatial Design helps students to re-imagine interior environments and public spaces. With a strong emphasis on people’s experiences of space, students learn the critical skills required to interrogate the traditional boundaries of commercial interior design.
Postgraduate study options
You might also be interested in
- Bachelor of Design in Architecture
- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
- Bachelor of Design in Animation
- Bachelor of Design in Photography & Situated Media
Why study at DAB?
Engage with the social, cultural and economic factors of change to improve lives or create smarter ways of working.
Learn from internationally respected academics with industry and institutional connections.