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Creative Computing

Short Courses

Our Creative Computing Short Courses are for people interested in creative coding and physical computing. Enhance your skills and learn to code, build apps, craft digital experiences, explore machine intelligence and more.

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Creative Computing for 16 - 18 Year Olds

Creative Computing for 16 – 18 Year Olds is a three-week intensive course designed to provide an introduction and grounding in creative computational practice. The course will give you the mind-set and skill-set to accelerate your creative education.

Level: Beginner | Location: UAL Creative Computing Institute

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Preparation for Creative Computing

This three-week summer course is designed to develop your creative computational skills in the context of your creative practice and is delivered by the UAL Creative Computing Institute.

Level: Intermediate | Location: UAL Creative Computing Institute

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Building Robots with the BBC Micro:bit

In this LCC short course, you will understand how to build your own remote controlled wheeled robot using the BBC micro:bit microcontroller. You will also learn about physical design, controlling electronics and programming robotic behaviours.

Level: Intermediate | Location: London College of Communication

Coding For Non Coders

Coding for Non-Coders

An understanding of code is essential these days, discover the creative possibilities on our Coding for Non-coders course at London College of Communication.

Level: Beginner | Location: London College of Communication

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Creative Coding (Online)

Creative Coding (Online) offers artists and designers an introduction to programming with processing, opening new up a dimension or avenue to creativity.

Level: Beginner | Location: Central Saint Martins

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Data Science for Beginners

Data science is one of the fastest growing jobs in the UK and good data scientists are in demand in all areas of communications: design, journalism, advertising, PR, film and TV. Get started in this exciting field by learning how to prepare, analyse and visualise data using Python.

Level: Intermediate | Location: London College of Communication

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Digital Design

Are you a designer looking to learn the latest digital design trends? This hands-on course has been designed to help guide you through a digital design project, from brief to delivery, using practical examples of Agile processes, Ideation, User Experience and code.

Level: Intermediate | Location: London College of Communication

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Sound Arts Studio at the London College of Communication

Electronics and Programming with the Raspberry Pi

Learn the fundamentals of electronics and programming and build your own project using Raspberry Pi on this enjoyable and course.

Level: Intermediate | Location: London College of Communication

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Expanded Cinema: Interactive Installation for Art, Design and Film

Create interactive video installations using sensor technology and space mapping with Max - discover design for interaction on this short course at LCC.

Level: Intermediate | Location: London College of Communication

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Games Design (16-18 Year Olds)

Explore the fundamentals of games design, from concept to prototype building. This course is ideal for you if you are 16 – 18 and considering further study or a career in games design.

Level: Beginner | Location: London College of Communication

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Immersive Fashion Retail Technologies

This course has been created for designer brands and retailers who want to find out more about the use of immersive technology within a fashion context.

Level: Beginner | Location: London College of Fashion

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Introduction to Digital Arts - Physical Computing

The course teaches the skills required to get started in the emerging fields of physical computing, bringing together virtual and physical worlds.

Location: Central Saint Martins

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Introduction to Web Coding

This course is an introduction to web design, giving you a grounding in techniques and practices of web design and will give you the skills to create your own website.

Level: Intermediate | Location: Central Saint Martins

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Javascript and jQuery

Develop your HTML and CSS skills with this Jquery short course – learn to animate and make interactive web content at London College of Communication.

Level: Intermediate | Location: London College of Communication

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Max Visual Programming for Artists and Designers

Design multisensory, interactive installations using Max - explore sensors, video, sound, graphics and more on our interaction design short course at LCC.

Level: Beginner | Location: London College of Communication

Physical Computing: Electronics and Code with Arduino

Physical Computing: Electronics and Code with Arduino

This hands-on LCC course aims to explore the tools and concepts that enable digital interactive designers to harness technology in interesting and effective ways. You will learn how to build circuits and write code to make responsive devices or installations.

Level: Beginner Location: London College of Communication

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Programming with Python for Beginners

Gain confidence in one of the most in-demand programming languages, you will learn the basics of computer programming and use these to create a simple music library application.

Level: Beginner | Location: London College of Communication

Spatial Augmented Reality Projections with MadMapper

Spatial Augmented Reality Projections with MadMapper

In this hands-on LCC course, you will learn how to use digital projection mapping and software to make captivating, immersive and responsive pieces using spatial augmented reality.

Level: Intermediate | Location: London College of Communication