With the new year peeking around the corner, there’s simply no better time to gain the in-demand skills you need to take the next step in your creative career. More than ever, brands and clients are in search of creatives who possess a range of talents, and diversifying your portfolio ensures you secure more projects.

Give your career an edge by pursuing industry-recognized credentials through Open Campus, which provides art & design noncredit certificate programs which draw upon the vast resources of Parsons School of Design, the #1 art and design school in the US and one of the top-ranked design schools in the world.

The courses are offered through Parsons at Open Campus, The New School’s approach to continuing and professional education that seeks to broaden learning opportunities in fields like Design Leadership for Business, Infographics & Data Visualization, and Graphic & Digital Design. Designed with working professionals in mind, Parsons at Open Campus offers programs at The New School’s New York City campus, online, or a hybrid of both for maximum flexibility.

Transform complex data into something that’s not only digestible, but also compelling with an online certificate in Infographics & Data Visualization. This program teaches you to view data in a design-oriented perspective as it integrates elements of graphic design, statistics and computer science.

Courses cover strategic information design, data analytics and filtering, visualization best practices, as well as programming basics. The ability to breathe new life into the quantifiable for a variety of audiences will give you an advantage in fields driven by big data and metrics, such as design, advertising, media, journalism, finance, and information technology.

Whether you’re a graphic, web, or interaction designer, it’s imperative you keep pace with the ever-changing world of communications and technology. Parsons at Open Campus’ certificate program in Graphic & Digital Design teaches fundamental design skills and techniques starting with concept, typography, layout, and color, as well as equips beginning and advanced students with instruction using industry-standard software. The courses can be completed online, in-person at the New York City campus, or a combination of both.

Kick off 2019 by advancing your career and striving for your creative best. Spring registration is now open and courses begin on January 22, 2019. Learn more by attending our NYC info session on December 18.

Start enrolling now.

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