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Graduate Certificate in Digital Product Design

Elevate your career with multidisciplinary skills in digital product design. With the practical application of design tools and processes, gain the strategic skillset to execute or uplift successful digital products.

 

Please use plan code GC209O in the application system for this program. 
Applications close
25 Mar 2024
Duration
12 months (9 months accelerated)
Number of courses
4
Applications close
25 Mar 2024
Duration
12 months (9 months accelerated)
Number of courses
4

Program Overview

Why study Digital Product Design?

As technological advancements move the world closer to the next evolution of the internet with Web 3.0, the role of the digital product designer will become more important than ever before. Digital product design is an iterative design process that aims to demonstrate the feasibility, viability, and desirability of a digital solution to an existing problem.

So, why study Digital Product Design with us?

  • Learn from industry leaders: This program was developed with industry leaders in the digital design space, giving you an opportunity to experience industry design challenges and receive relevant hands-on experience.
  • Get hands-on with the tools: Learn how to use industry tools, such as Figma and know that you can apply these skills in your next digital design role.
  • Build leadership capabilities: Understand how product design contributes to organisational decision making and prepare yourself to step into leadership roles.

Graduates of the Graduate Certificate of Digital Product Design may also be eligible for a pathway into our Graduate Diploma of Digital Product Design.

Program outcomes

  • Apply digital product design knowledge and skills, emerging technologies, and user research to frame problems and opportunities engage stakeholders, and propose solutions.
  • Communicate design outputs and ideas to diverse stakeholders using appropriate design tools, engaging presentation skills and formats.
  • Demonstrate cultural, environmental, and social awareness by maintaining an ethical and reflective design practice and mindset.
  • Strategically, operationally, and ethically lead the design of digital products which align with the needs of complex stakeholder groups.

Course overview

Learn more about our Graduate Certificate in Digital Product Design course in the video below.

Program Structure

Fee Summary

Admission Requirements

Learn with industry experts

Matt Kurowski
Matt KurowskiProgram Manager, RMIT

Matt Kurowski is a senior strategic service designer across finance, fintech, and the public sector. He has expertise in strategic partnerships, organisation design, new digital product and omnichannel service development. Currently, Matt contributes to RMIT and RMIT Online’s postgraduate courses in sociotechnical business design such as service design, user experience

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