The Digital Design Studio (DDS) is a self-service creative space for the production of digital class projects and the exploration of digital media. The DDS can help you get started with data graphics, digital stories, poster making, and video projects. Contact us at TischDDS@tufts.edu or (617) 627-5953.
The Digital Design Studio is committed to supporting students, faculty, and staff working with media remotely:
- For media editing software to use on a personal device, see Media Software Resources.
- For poster design tips and free online tools, see Poster Design and Canva Tip Sheet.
- For help recording video using a mobile device, see Video Recording with a Smart Phone.
- For help recording audio using a mobile device, see Audio Recording with a Smart Phone.
- For video editing strategies in any application, see Remote Video Editing Strategies.
- For audio editing strategies in any application, see Remote Audio Editing Strategies.
- For self-help tutorials on a range of digital media and software, see LinkedIn Learning.
Email TischDDS@tufts.edu for additional support from Digital Design Studio staff.
The DDS Features...
- Multimedia workstations for video/audio images, and web publishing projects
- Large format printer that can print posters
- Self-service digitization station for converting analog media formats into digital files
- Recording room for producing audio narrations
- Green screen wall for filming with virtual backdrops
- Multimedia assignment planning
- Custom media workshops for classes
- Storyboarding and production techniques
- Equipment for digitizing older media formats
Faculty interested in using the DDS to support a digital media project must submit a DDS project proposal form.Although we review all proposals, the demand for support often exceeds our capacity. Please bear in mind that requests for the DDS must be directly related to teaching at the University, and we may not be able to accommodate all requests.