So what does it mean to be a E-Concept Developer?
As a E-Concept Developer, you learn to work with the development of concepts for all digital platforms on a strategic and practical level.
On the programme, you are taught such things as:
> Information architecture and usability testing.
> Project resource planning with various development methods.
> Concept development of digital communication, advertising and e-commerce solutions by applying user-driven innovation.
> Development of visual experiences, experience flows and dynamic user interfaces.
> Producing digital cross‐media concepts by combining media production technology and software, documentations and deliverables, with programming and scripting language.
> Designing for e-commerce solutions, digital cross-media advertising/marketing solutions, and other digital communication solutions, with the focus on end-users’ experience. Here under Responsive web-design and Service-design.
> Using digital genres, communication methods, digital dramaturgy and narrative forms, including various types of manuscript and storyboard.
The programme is taught using a combination of traditional methods, independent problem solving, projects and group work
In addition to the mandatory courses, you choose between courses in either e-commerce or e-design. The course also consists of a number of electives and an internship.