Communication Design prepare graduates to become job - and future-ready professionals who are versed in using visual language to communicate purposefully, strategically, and creatively. While examining how words and images are manifested in static, dynamic, interactive, and spatial environments, we also explore how visual representations can be used to express, differentiate, inform, and persuade. Meanwhile, a people-centred, experience-based approach that underpins all programmes is adopted, with methods applied to gather insights on users, markets, and other contextual factors that enable students to make informed design decisions. Besides encouraging students to develop their personal vision and approach to the subject, we also stimulate students to ask critical questions on how traditional and emerging technology mediate communication in contemporary society between originators, distributors and consumers of the contents. By grasping the knowledge in the areas, students can respond innovatively to the ever-changing landscape of the communication design profession and push their boundaries further.