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Design

Design has become an integral part of our connected world. Design skills are now being employed to creatively tackle all kinds of social, environmental, economic and communication challenges.

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Why ECU?

Courses

Study world ready

In our Bachelor of Design course you can major in Animation, Environmental and Spatial Design, Games and Interactivity or Graphic Design, while learning how to manage projects and clients and other skills you’ll need to adapt to a rapidly-changing industry.

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Become World Ready

Experience Design at ECU.

  • Design Room
    Design Room on ECU Mount Lawley Campus

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  • Live fashion show in the Edith Spiegeltent at Mount Lawley Campus as part of the annual ArtsHum graduate exhibition.
    Fashion comes alive

    Live fashion show in the Edith Spiegeltent at Mount Lawley Campus as part of the annual ArtsHum graduate exhibition.

  • VR art gallery
    Gallery 25 exhibition space

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  • A staff member using the drawing facilities on our ECU Mount Lawley Campus.
    Drawing Studio

    A staff member using the drawing facilities on our ECU Mount Lawley Campus.

Reduce your expenses

Scholarships recognise those whose life journey may have been challenging, as well as students who've shown outstanding academic excellence and endeavour.

A scholarship can help you realise your ambitions by paying for fees, text books and living expenses.

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Explore your options

Meet students majoring in Graphic Design, Interactive Multimedia and Environmental and Spatial Design at ECU Mount Lawley.

Student
stories

  • "My life is all about art and creativity. It’s what I live for"
    Wenbin Wang
    Wenbin WangMaster of Design (Fashion) student

    Studying at ECU has totally changed my perspective on what design is.

    I've learned methods that helped me explore different ways to approach my collection, my research and my interaction with other designers and artists.

  • "I constantly find myself looking at signs and symbols and thinking, oh, this could be designed better"
    Aimee Chappell
    Aimee ChappellECU Design graduate

    And thinking, "What if we did this?" I was always a visual artist and I just wanted to figure out a way to get a consistent income working in that field.

    Through the units in my degree, especially the Fremantle-based unit, The Happiness Project, I realised it wasn't just about graphic design. For me, it's about design communication, designing systems and figuring out how to help people – asking why are we doing this? Who does it affect? How is it helpful? Thinking with empathy.

    I'd always wanted to help people, but I never thought as a creative that I would find a way to both earn an income and do that.

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