The Digital Designer directs the 3D design of products and the production of digital media: photo-realistic digital models, animated films, immersive virtual reality universes… His/her role is to put into situation the concepts imagined with the designers using 3D modelling and animation software.
RUBIKA Digital Design training trains digital designers specialized in the fields of industrial design.
Under the pedagogical direction of active professionals, the training aims at acquiring creative techniques, the developing a design methodology and the mastering digital creation tools.Students learn how to lead design projects in multidisciplinary teamsAt the end of the course, students justify 4 collective projects carried out with companies, including 2 as a manager.
The course includes 3 internship periods and ends up with a pre-employment semester. Most of the internship hiring are made abroad, in a multitude of sectors: industry, mass distribution, luxury goods, sports, transport, advertising communication, etc.
2 TO 4 INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVE PROJECTS
2 INTENSIVE WEEKS + 1 MASTER CLASS
4 À 5 PROJETS INDIVIDUELS OU COLLECTIFS
3 INTENSIVE WEEKS + 1 MASTER CLASS
TEAM PROJECT WITH YEAR 4 AND 5
2 CREATIVE WEEKS + MASTER CLASS
Equivalent to 180 European Credit Transfer System
TEAM PROJECT WITH YEAR 3
3 MASTER CLASS + 1 PROSPECTIVE WORKSHOP
TEAM PROJECT WITH YEAR 3
THESIS PERSONAL PROJECT
MASTER CLASS + PROSPECTIVE WORKSHOP
Certified Level 7 European Qualification Framework
A culture and expertise as a designer
Concepts using 2D/3D tools
Innovative solutions with high added value
A project design methodology
Solutions and test them to validate their viability.
To study perspective construction principles to represent a 3D volume on a flat surface.
To identify the stakes and particularities of managing a design project. Apply a rigorous and creative project methodology.
To provide an overview of design history. To study the history of art’s various artistic currents.
Accessible from BAC to BAC+3 (from high school graduation to 3rd year university level), the course is aimed at students who are creatif rigorous and technical, passionate about design, wishing to challenge themselves on digital creation software; Admission is based on a competition, interview and presentation of a portfolio (previously completed projects, 3D creations).
➔ February 20th, 2020
➔ February 21st, 2020
➔ February 27th, 2020
➔ February 28th, 2020
Registration deadline: February 13th, 2020
➔ April 24th, 2020
➔ April 25th, 2020
Registration deadline: April 3rd, 2020
➔ Graphic skills (drawing)
➔ General culture and sense of observation
➔ Aptitude for teamwor
➔ Bachelor cycle: 8250€/year
➔ Master Cycle: 9500€/year
Possibility of scholarships
JOBS AND JOB OPPORTUNITIES
The digital designer can work in a design agency, an in-company design office, in a Research & Development department or as a freelancer. The explosion of digital media in our daily lives offers many opportunities in France and abroad. Wage levels are constantly rising, given the scarcity of specialized profiles and the strong demand from design studios, particularly in the transport (automotive, air, nautical) and luxury goods sectors.
The Digital Design training allows access to numerous professions:
— Product Designer
— Packaging designer
— Designer services
— Experience Designer (UX)
— Project Manager
— Innovation Consultant
— and many others…
“After 5 years of studying at Rubika Design, I’ve accumulated all the necessary skills to apply in the greatest design agencies on the market.”
“The permanent exchange around projects allows us to enrich our skills in a fluid and intensive learning process […] which favors professional integration.”
“Long projects carried out in partnership with industrials allow us to be quickly immersed in the reality of the market and to understand what a customer can expect.”
“The richness of Rubika Design is due to the cross-projects between the different classes, both from a human and professional point of view”