The role of editorial designers and designers has changed drastically in recent years, expanding their opportunities that now reach beyond the habitual media. They have become content strategists and storytellers. And, instead of seeing traditional formats disappear, new practices are reinforcing them, offering users a more dynamic and cross-cutting experience. In this complex and vibrant new paradigm, where the online and offline worlds come together to provide a multi-channel experience, we need to be able to develop content strategies, tell stories, and master technology to create connections between content, context and format.
In the Master’s Degree in Editorial Design you’ll learn by working hand-in-hand with international experts. Through projects, workshops and talks, we’ll explore the challenges of the practice of editorial design from different perspectives: research, creativity and imagination.
The profile of students in the Master in Editorial Design centres on an inquisitive, dynamic and proactive attitude along with a desire to explore new relationships between design and content, crossing the borders between the online and offline worlds. Students must have the ability to adapt to a changing industry and take on a growing number of roles.
Access and Admission Requirements: Students who hold degrees in Graphic Design and professionals with accredited experience. Exceptionally, we will accept students with Degrees in Communication, Fine Arts or Advertising with demonstrable portfolios. Advanced knowledge of graphic design software is necessary.