The ICT50220 Diploma of Information Technology (Game Art and Design) with Diploma of Information Technology (Game Programming) gives students the tools to publish game protypes on major digital platforms, such as Android, iOS, PC, Mac, and even virtual reality applications.
“During the course, we spent a lot of time within the Unity program (a cross-platform game engine), as well as with 3D software, which has greatly improved my skills as a game developer,” Tom says.
Students also benefit from units that include how to:
- Refine digital art techniques and 3D design ideas
- Work with cyber security awareness and best practices, including information and communications technology (ICT) ethics and privacy
- Build user interfaces
- Create complex digital games, software and characters
“I love how you can create something from nothing and create a story from it. It is rewarding to see something go from a regular block to something incredible, and then be able to show people.”