A designer makes the world more human.
Branding, publications, packaging, products—everything from billboards to your Instagram feed—designers do it all. They’re the creative MVPs. And as the world gets more complex, they’ve never been more important.
Sound good? In just 2 years, that could be you. Download our free guide now to learn 6 key ways our Master’s Program helps people like you get ahead.
Designers make a more beautiful, more usable, and more thoughtful world. It’s all about purpose, vision and strategy; form and function. It’s gratifying work…but it takes serious skill to do well. So how do you get good enough to do really incredible work?
You need real-world practice. In our Master’s program, we don’t believe in textbooks or exams. It’s all about exciting creative projects, real-world learning and one-of a kind practical experiences. No matter your level of experience, at MAD you’ll work on real-world projects for brands like Microsoft, Coke, and Burger King. That might be why our students have won 1,000+ industry awards.
“The school introduced me to my first ever job in tech (Microsoft). At the time, I didn’t even know that User Experience (UX) design was even a thing. I wouldn’t have survived my first year in the real world without the confidence that I built in the hundreds of hours in rigorous critiques in school.”
“It is crazy to be considered a small part of web design history…it feels like just yesterday I was walking into Hank [‘s office asking permission to make a design portfolio website.”
“You’re all in this together. You all have your doubts and your fears and insecurities but you also have your talents and your creative ideas. Who better to support you than the people who are going through the same thing you’re going through?””
Being a Designer means waking up every day to a new creative challenge. At MAD, that fun starts from day 1. We help you build the skills, portfolio, and industry connections you need to find a job you really love. We push our students to excel—and the things they achieve are worth it.
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