View Daniel Taylor’s 1st Class work at http://danielt.co.uk/. While his FPS Clandestine Ops game is great fun to play it has a serious side as his Honours project investigated the contentious topic of violence in video games. Dr Gavin Baxter his Honours project supervisor said of Daniel’s project work: “Daniel’s a very hard working and committed student who excelled in[…]
At Digital Futures we’ve seen the future and with Benjamin Bristow it really works! He’s 19 years old, one of our 1st year Web & Mobile Dev students and destined for great things. Check out Ben’s profile and his impressive portfolio of client work at http://pict.uws.ac.uk/digital/portofolio/ben-bristow/.
Congratulations to Robin Barker, UWS Business Technology Honours graduating student on his new job as Daybreak Analyst role at Ceridian in Braehead. Evelyn FitzPatrick, UWS School of Engineering & Computing said: “I am absolutely delighted at Robin’s success in getting this position with Ceridian. He’s a first class graduate with an extremely bright future ahead of him. ”[…]
We’d like to say thank you to Borja Alcade, Owner at Wavlab for his continued support for the UWS BSc Music Technology programme. Over the past 2 years Borja’s taken video editing/audio post-production placement undergraduates: Luke McCarthy, Kaljaven Lally and Robert Jack and provided them with industry-standard professional instruction and work experience. Placements at Wavlab initially involve high-level training on the studio’s[…]
At UWS Digital Futures 2016 we love showcasing new talent and, none more so, than Web & Mobile Development grad, Craig Pryde. Pryde Byte is Craig’s digital agency, launched in March this year, and the doglet melts our hearts.
Very happy to announce that Video3 Productions are sponsoring Digital Futures 2016. Thank you to Joe Dofman and Ken Enderby, Directors of Video3 for their support for the event. To quote Joe: “we must support the young people who will develop and deliver our digital future” and all of us here at Digital Futures and,[…]