Author: Martin Parker

Course Description

Semester 2- 20 credits Course organiser -Dr. Martin Parker Taken in year two if part-time Lecture Location – H.R.B Lecture Room, Hugh Robson Building | MAP Time – 11:10am Thursdays, plus tutorial times by arrangement with your project supervisor and

Course Description

Vacation period; 60 credits. Course organiser: John Lee Synopsis This is the main project, the equivalent of the Master’s Dissertation in other programmes, which may be pursued as a group or individual exercise. Work should commence after the end of

Course Description

Semester 2, 20 credits. Course organiser: John Lee View the Lecture Notes Synopsis This course introduces the challenges of setting up a web site integrating interaction with databases, web services and other technologies that are common to many creative, as well

Agreement Form

MSc in Design and Digital Media Summer project agreement form 2016 This form is for defining your summer project, giving essential information for you and your supervisor(s), and to act as a record for Quality Assurance purposes. The form should


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Project Brief

Project Brief  You are to develop a prototype web site that offers some interactive service or activity to an identifiable constituency of users. The site may be intended to provide a resource base for designers, an information source for the public

Course bibliography

Barrett E. 1995. Contextual Media: Multimedia and Interpretation, MIT, Cambridge. Bradley, Cantrell and Yates, Natalie B. 2012. Modeling the Environment: techniques and tools for the 3D illustration of dynamic landscapes. Wiley, Hoboken, NJ. Buchan, Suzanne. 2013. Pervasive Animation. Routledge, London.