DESIGN SCHOOL

http://www.arts.ac.uk/lcc/about-lcc/school-of-design/

The Design School is a dynamic and inclusive multidisciplinary community of internationally recognised educators, researchers and practitioners. Our students engage with the latest developments in professional practice, theory and research; developing transferable skills to support employability and life-long learning.

Our School ethos builds on the aesthetic traditions of design practice and encourages experimentation, critique and innovation within the context of a post-digital culture. We believe in the power of design practice, design thinking and design research to effect strategic change, shape positive futures and produce cultural value.

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Dr. Nicky Ryan

DR. NICKY RYAN (DEAN OF DESIGN)

As Dean of Design at LCC, Nicky leads undergraduate and postgraduate courses in graphic communication; interaction and visual communication; spatial communication and contextual and theoretical studies; and access courses.

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“As a student in the Design School you will engage with the latest developments in professional practice, theory and research and develop transferable skills for employability and lifelong learning.” – Dr. Nicky Ryan

  • DESIGN SCHOOL TEACHING STAFF

    At LCC you’ll be taught by an impressive community. Academics. Technical experts. Specialist practitioners. These are courses led by industry-insiders.

  • TECHNICAL FACILITIES

    Get inside our studios and explore the facilities on site. From animation and printmaking workshops, to finishing suites and design technology IT labs, you have everything you need to get started.

  • FEATURE: WHY NOW FOR SERVICE DESIGN?

    So why is now a critical moment for service design and design thinking? 5 global trends and some implications for business and service providers.

  • DIPLOMA IN PROFESSIONAL STUDIES

    Find out more about the Diploma in Professional Studies in the Design School – one of the only year-long ‘experiential’ learning opportunities of its kind in the UK.

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