DMAC is now one of just a handful of institutions in the nation that offer a Bachelor of Science in Mobile Game Design. The mobile gaming industry has increasing application across all industries allowing our graduates a multitude of career options upon graduation. Mobile Game Design students will master UI & UX design, 3D animation, scripting and programming languages as well as graphic design.
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DMAC alumni Karolis Mikalauskas, Taylor Selgas, Andrew Phillips, Charles Gilbert, Bryan Sawchyn and current student Joshua Hong have successfully raised funds on Kickstarter for their mobile game Dream Dodgers (Lite). The game is centered around an old man trying to escape his nursing home. Download it for free on App Store or Google Play!
DMAC students have officially submitted their entries to the 2015 American Advertising Federation Awards (ADDY). Entries are limited so don't wait until the last day to submit your work. We hope to have a long list of winners like last year!
Win a full UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP award towards a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design, Computer Animation or Web Design & Development, as well as partial scholarships worth $20,000 and $15,000.
LIMITED TO HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS.
The deadline for all entries (application and artwork) is February 25th, 2015. Enter the competition here!
Last weekend, DMAC students, facutly and staff attended the Magic City Comic Con at the Miami Airport Convention Center. Check our facebook, instagram and twitter feed for more photos!
Last weekend, DMAC hosted the 2014 Global Game Jam, a 48 hour game creation incubator and gaming industry convention run by Fort Lauderdale ACM SIGGRAPH and FGDA. Open to the public, this event saw over 35 gamers collaborating together on our campus.
Students from McArthur High School in Hollywood and Piper High School in Plantation had the opportunity to explore our campus and experience the possibilities of a digital media arts degree. Check out more photos on instagram!
Lori Wilk, executive producer and on-camera host of "Successipes" and "Behind the Billions" will be speaking to students about her career and will be recruiting interns.
An engaging motion art exhibit that features the various forms of Kinetic Art will be placed throughout the City and Civic Center of Boynton Beach.
The new year has brought us some new faculty and staff. Dr. Tom Joule has joined our DMAC faculty as the new Chair of Animation. Click the photo to watch his video.