Asked by Anonymous
The main reason I chose graphic design was because there are so many outlets for someone who has a graphic design degree.
Now I’m graduated, I can either go into branding, which is what I want, or magazine publishing, packaging, advertising etc etc etc, and that’s what I love about graphics.
Asked by harmonyregui
I’ll be 100% honest. I wasn’t a huge fan of the way PCAD runs the graphic design course. It felt like if you were one of the tutors favourites there was no way you were going to get a bad grade and visa versa.
I learnt a great deal while I was there, but I do find it difficult to recommend a course that I didn’t click perfectly with.