Learn IT-Enabled Designing through DreamZone
As the famous saying goes ‘Practice what you preach’, and this is exactly what DreamZone has been doing ever since its establishment. With the motto “Education is everything to do with thinking – analytical and visual”, Dreamzone has been able to promote IT-enabled design thinking in which people’s innate spirit of visualization using computer’s inherent ability to analyse zeroes and ones are promoted.
Promoted by CADD Centre Training Services Private Limited, a diversified global network of creative, engineering and management skill development institutes, DreamZone is fast growing to be India’s fountainhead of design talent for the graphics and animation, interior and architecture and fashion design industry. Currently with its 60 centers across Bengaluru, Chennai and Delhi, DreamZone is fast expanding to other cities and towns as well. Through their design skill development courses, which are developed in association with the industry and expert developers of software, DreamZone imparts training that enable students come up with concepts and transport them to the realm of reality in their medium of choice – pixels or fabrics or wood.
DreamZone aims to provide their students the opportunity to learn design by experience. From the day one, students learn to do what they are taught – there is absolutely no better way than ‘experiential learning’. It offers the most comprehensive and effective one-year diploma programme for students in interior designing, fashion design, and animation and graphics. Kirty C Veera, Product Manager – Fashion Design, Dreamzone School of Creative Studies told Techspirit: “The unique feature which differentiates DreamZone from others is the practical exposure and indent of industrial training which is imposed on students and this in turn makes an experienced learning as a quicker step towards their own career prospects.”
The franchise model has been the driving factor for DreamZone and the success is visible in 60 centres present across India. When asked about the future prospects of fashion industry Kirty stated: “There has been progressive change in invention of raw materials, manufacturing methods, environmental friendly production/ process methods, diversified style of clothing and accessories due to positive economic growth. Though the material and manufacturing processes are at constant change. There is a saying “fashion repeats”, hence any past trend can be subjective prospect.”