Multimedia Design & Production

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The Multimedia Design & Production (MMDP) degree is designed to prepare students to work in a variety of settings as graphic designers, Web designers, desktop publishers, and graphic art technicians. Graduates will able to plan, analyze, and create visual solutions to produce websites, printed materials, and interactive online 

 

Video and Web

The Video and Web Production Degree at Lake Washington Institute of Technology is designed to reflect the growing synergy between Web design and video production as organizations seek to add compelling video content to their websites and develop a social media presence.  Students in the program learn digital storytelling and Web design principles, and develop strong video and Web production skills through software such as Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, Dreamweaver and Flash. Video content distribution through different digital formats will be explored.  Students are prepared to produce videos in both small- and large-scale production companies, as well as take on projects in a wide variety of genres including corporate video, documentary, narrative, music videos, and commercials.

MMDP students make impressive showing at PAX Prime

You can see a video highlighting LWTech's 2013 PAX booth on YouTube. Students are preparing now for PAX 2014; PAX Prime is coming to the Washington State Convention Center in late August.

Students travel from Japan to study at LWtech

The Kanagawa Institute of Technology, located near Tokyo, sends students annually to study graphic design and page layout with MMDP instructors. A video of  a past KAIT class is available on YouTube.

MMDP at Night!

MMDP's evening/hybrid Multimedia A.A.S. program meets the needs of working adults by allowing them to earn a degree in eight (8) quarters by attending at night and online. Offerings are subject to change; for up-to-date-information, please visit the MMDP class schedule, under Information Technology.

For further information about the evening program, contact Student Services or Caroline Kapp, multimedia faculty.

Programs Costs

 

Program Outcomes

Multimedia Design & Production AAS graduates will:

  • Be prepared for employment as web designers, graphic designers, and production artists.

  • Be prepared to take entry level industry certification exams.

  • Produce quality work in a design studio environment.

  • Demonstrate critical thinking, communication, intercultural appreciation, teamwork, and information and technical literacy skills.

Degrees and Certificates

Credits

Estimated
Length*

Admission

Academic
Plan

Digital Design AAS-T

102

 6
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

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Video and Web Production AAS-T

100

 6
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

Video and Web Production
Certificate of Proficiency

85

 4
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

Digital Publishing
Certificate of Proficiency

71

4
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

Web & Mobile Design
Certificate of Proficiency

73

 4
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

Web & Moblie Design Specialty
Certificate of Completion

17-18

    1-2
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

Digital Audio/Video Editing
Certificate of Completion

15

   1-2
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

Digital Publishing
Certificate of Completion

16

   1-2
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

Illustrator/Photoshop Specialty
Certificate of Completion

16

   1-2
quarters

Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer

PDF

 *Program length is estimate. See your  counselor or adviser.

Advisors

 

Multimedia Design & Production,
By Student Last Name

 

Animation/Game Design

Robby Gilbert

   

Video and Web Production

Chris Jacek

   
   

A-F

Karen Holum

   

G-M

Caroline Kapp

   

N-S

Jason Sobottka

   

T-Z

Chris Jacek

 

Video and Web Production Certificates Gainful Employment Disclosure

Web Design and Print Design Certificates Gainful Employment Disclosure