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Digital Art

Digital media workers are in demand, have your students ready to skills up and learn new tools. Digital media is playing an increasingly bigger role in the marketplace and in global culture. With outsourcing on the rise, your child can work for a prestigious international company from just about anywhere.

Employment in the digital media arena will rise an estimated 6 percent by 2024. Jobs in media design are in especially high demand. Career skills in demand include digital animation, web design, graphic design, video and interactive multimedia, to name a few. Digital workers can find jobs in consulting, education, the arts, the media – new and traditional, marketing communications and training.

Here few of many Reasons Why new generations should learn, make & practice digital art

Digital art classes encourage digital creativity and build soft skills as the focus on STEM expands to include the arts and educators adopt a STEAM approach, according to EdTech

This kind of digital integration can build the soft skills employers are looking for, but requires time allotted in the classroom for digital creativity and acclimating to software.

According to a global study conducted by Adobe, 79% of educators say there is a lack of time designated for creativity, and 73% say there is a lack of access to software in classrooms.

1- Digital Art Enhance Creativity
Children develop innovation skills when they create digital art. Those skills can open doors later in life;

72% of employers say that creativity is the #1 skill they look for when hiring.

2- Digital Art is Efficient
It’s easier to get started and work quickly. Nothing is permanent when you have the undo button. It has unlimited ways to exploration and experimental possibilities. After you buy your computer, software, and tablet you’re set to create amazing possibilities.

3- Raise innovation
When digital art become tactile, students understand the relation between digital design and product design as well, start understanding the value of print product design.

4- Digital Art Improves Academic Achievement
Students involved in digital media arts have tremendous academic benefits compared to students without exposure to the arts. It helps students stay in school, increases motivation, improves attitudes and attendance, and improves academic performance.

5- High-Tech Tools Can Mean Better Prep
The more the student understand how media technology design works the more faster and proficient they can be, as well the more tools they to be prepare for new opportunities to blaze new trails

Ongoing commitment and practice are required to improve.

5- Digital Art Instills Discipline
Dedicating themselves to digital art teaches kids important concepts of discipline. By committing to stick with a digital sketching details, drawing, filling effects and practicing kids learn discipline skills that will benefit them in many aspects of life.

Who will have better opportunities?

Students who excel at Problem-Solving will have better paying Jobs in the Future.

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CreativeOnes Digital Art Academy is a multimedia maker online enrichment program where students learn digital sketching, drawing, animation, 3D/2D, and VR/AR using Procreate, Photoshop, Dimension, Illustrator and others from mobile or desktop platform (ipad/laptop).

Our goal is help students to evolve step-by-step with professional passionate creative instructors. This learning program give students creative skills to use in today’s digital world so they can use those talents productively as they grow older.

Everyone deserves the opportunity to level up and we are proud to say students gain new skills and develop their talents from our digital design programs. Let’s prepare them to get better opportunities

After School Multi-Media Program for Teachers, Schools, Libraries & Companies.

Art Director; $94,220 95%
Multimedia Motion Designer; $75,270 76%
Industrial Designer; $68,890 69%
Fasion Designer; $73,790 74%
Graphic Designer; $52,110 53%

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