Interactive Media Design
What can I do with my course in Interactive Media Design?
Careers in Interactive Media Design
Multimedia is one of the most rapidly-developing areas in computing. Developments in hardware technology (such as storage, display systems and networking), in software development environments and in novel application areas are all helping to fuel this growth.
IT graduates in interactive media design may perform the following tasks:
- Create, design and produce interactive multimedia products and services
- Create e-business and other web sites
- Work in business, training, entertainment, communications and marketing
- Combine skills in information technology, telecommunications and traditional media
Skills and attributes
Key skills that Interactive Media Design graduates demonstrate are:
- Analytical proficiency
- Creative thinking
- Investigation techniques
- Problem-solving strategies
- Development skills
- Technical skills
- General interpersonal skills
- The ability to communicate effectively in both technical and plain language
Related occupations include:
- Object-oriented and procedural programmer
- Database and web designer and manager
- Network manager
- Component integrator
- Project manager
Some related roles may require further study or experience. Descriptions of occupations, industry career profile, salary and other employment information can be obtained from the My future website.
Salary and job outlook
You can learn more about salaries and job outcomes for IT graduates at Graduate Careers Australia.
Look at industry trends and employment prospects by visiting Australian Government Job Outlook.
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