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Final Year Projects

Last week was final year project day, so Sam and myself decided to check it out, see what people had been up to and what their plans were now. Louis Carter – Digital Media Louis’s project was based on augmented reality – he had created a little app where when you hovered a tablet over…

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A student startup success story

I’m always impressed when our students are able to combine their academic work at the University of Brighton with work commitments in the outside world. Usually this involves working for others but some of our students set up their own businesses. Thea and Sam are two such students. They have created a website, Share Style,…

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Computing and Media Careers Fair 2016

On the 2nd March 2016, the University of Brighton held a Computing and Media Careers Fair on its Moulsecoomb campus. 22 companies had stands, all looking for talented computing and media graduates. I interviewed a few of them to find out what they did and the types of skills they are looking for from our graduates….

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Digital Marketing – a look into the future

Brighton is blessed with a thriving digital media scene. As well as the job opportunities this offers to our graduates there are also lots of events where industry experts share their experiences and knowledge. Last night I went to an event organised by Wired Sussex as part of the Digital Catapult initiative of which the…

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Computing placement year

Our students George Botros – Business Information Systems BA(Hons), George Vicarey – Computer Science (Games) BSc(Hons), and Jamie Etherington – Computer Science BSc(Hons) talk about why they think it is a great idea to do a placement year.  

UX Camp Brighton

We’re proud to be a sponsor of UX Camp Brighton which takes place on Saturday 19th March 2016 at City College Brighton. According to the organisers: This popular ‘unconference’ is for anyone involved or interested in user experience design, user research, interaction design, information architecture, usability, accessibility and other associated fields. Attendees either run or participate in…

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My Own Hack Event

This post was written by Becky Rush (a 2nd year student on our BSc (Hons) Digital Media Development. It first appeared on her personal blog: http://itsuite.it.brighton.ac.uk/rlr17/blog/?p=82 So, I’m now a second year at university and I’ve realised I really should be blogging about what I’ve been doing. Towards the end of my first year a few…

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Digital Media Students’ Final Year Projects – Martin de Saulles

Last Wednesday we held our annual exhibition day in the main computing labs for our students’ final year projects. As usual, some excellent work was presented by our students across all our computing courses. I grabbed a camera and asked a few of our digital media students to talk about their projects.

Final Year Video Project

One of our Digital Media students, Khush Savjani, has created this video as part of her final year project. Our marketing department like it so much they have posted it our main website. Good work, Khush.

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