Digital Design Summer Intensive, Mexico

Still from Student's work at VFS Mexico Summer Intensives

Digital Design Summer Intensive is a one week event where the students can experience communication, interactive, and motion design.The VFS Digital Design Summer Intensive starts today (July 16 – July 20) and OOMPH will be posting about it while it’s happening, but if you would like an idea about how the event worked in a different context, have a look at this video about the Summer Intensive in Mexico. Motion Director from Kultnation (and VFS Digital Design Instructor), Vinny Morales, was there for the experience, which he said was intense, but also a lot of fun — You can tell by the work they produced!

Digital Design Heats Up with a Mexico City Summer Intensive

Designers have the power to change the world. They connect us through evoking emotion, sharing information, and influencing the way we see and interact with everything around us.

Los diseñadores tienen el poder de cambiar el mundo. Nos conectan a él evocando emociones, intercambiando información e influyendo en nuestra forma de ver e interactuar con todo lo que nos rodea.

VFS Digital Design students are storytellers and problem-solvers. They spend one year broadening and refining their skills in communication, interactive, and motion design. Graduates go on to work in a wide variety of rewarding roles in the industry, including User Experience Designer, Interface Developer, Communication Designer, Typographer, Motion Designer, and Project Manager.

Los estudiantes de Diseño Digital de VFS son narradores y solucionadores de problemas. Invierten un año en ampliar y perfeccionar sus habilidades en la comunicación y en el diseño interactivo y de movimiento. Los graduados consiguen trabajo en una amplia variedad de funciones muy satisfactorias dentro de la industria, incluyendo diseñador desarrollador de interfaces, Diseñador de Comunicación, tipógrafo, diseñador de movimiento, y gerente del proyecto.

For the first time ever, you can experience VFS Digital Design in Mexico. In five days, you’ll get a chance to see what it’s like to be a VFS student in a hands-on intensive program led by our faculty of industry professionals. Each day, you’ll be exposed to techniques and processes that will help define you as a designer.

Por primera vez México podrás experimentar el Diseño Digital de VFS. En cinco días, tendrá la oportunidad de ver lo que es ser estudiante de VFS en un programa práctico intensivo impartido nuestros profesores, todos ellos profesionales de la industria . Cada día, estarás expuesto a las técnicas y procesos que ayudan a definirte como diseñador.

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Check out the previous installments of this week’s series:
Part 1 – Video interviews with Mexican Digital Design graduates
Part 2 – Meeting the Mexican design community
Part 3 – My visit to Universidad Anáhuac

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Check out the previous installments of this week’s series:
Part 1 – Video interviews with Mexican Digital Design graduates
Part 2 – Meeting the Mexican design community

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Yesterday, I shared five video interviews with a few incredibly talented Mexican Digital Design graduates. Today, begins the account of my trip to Mexico City.

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