We live in a world where Multimedia Arts plays a role in everyday life. Driving to work, we listen to the newest songs humming from our speakers. We see familiar faces of celebrities on our television screen as we watch our favorite shows at night. We spend hours a week on our iPhones, adding pictures to Instagram and downloading the latest and greatest apps.
Behind the glass screen of the beloved electronic device, years of training and hours of hard work make possible the entertainment that we, as society, continue to enjoy. From the broadcast room in sports arenas, to the Mac Pro at a film production company, and the sound and control room at Prestonwood Church, someone works hard behind the scenes to continue to bring multimedia entertainment right at our feet.
You may wonder how one who has always dreamed of producing music, owning a studio, creating mobile applications, designing animation for a video game, or editing a film get involved? Training and education, of course. MediaTech Institute is just the place to start.
We are please to announce our new Mobile Applications and Web Services program at MediaTech. The multimedia industry is booming with opportunity and careers. Based on statistics gathered from the Bureau of Labor, multiple salary sites, career services coordinators, and temp agencies; Mobile Applications Development and Multimedia Careers are becoming one of the top overall jobs to have. As the demand for graphics, animation, and similar features grow, so does the opportunity for someone to obtain a job in that industry.
This course is designed to equip students with the knowledge necessary towards developing mobile computer and web applications. Throughout their studies at MediaTech Institute, students will gain familiarity with the structures most frequently used in the design of certain software systems, including languages, frameworks, and user interfaces. Also taught in this course are concepts relative to the programs, including hosting infrastructure, security, and networking. Students will be taught the fundamentals of Mobile Application Development so that they will always stay current as technologies and times change.
Nick D’Aloisio was 15 years old when he created the app “Summly”. With only a year and a half left of high school, he signed his app over to Yahoo! for $30 Million. Quoted in the New York Times, D’Aloisio states, “People are kind of underestimating how powerful it’s going to become and how much opportunity is there,” App Development is on the rise, and people like D’Aloisio are proving exactly that. There is a future full or growth in the industry, and the time to begin is now!
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