CE11. Show understanding of the workings of the economic, business and institutional environment in which design projects and activities are contracted and professionally undertaken.
CE11.2. Analyse the common operating conditions and systems for the outsourcing of design services.
CE13. Plan, organise, manage and administer the development of design projects, both within the sphere of self-employed professional work and of business or institutional organisations.
CE13.1. Plan and organise a design project, establishing objectives, timeline of phases and deliveries and defining the participating agents or collaborators in the process.
CE15. Show knowledge of the legal framework in which design activities are conducted: contracting models, registration of patents, trademarks, copyright, etc.
CE15.1. Discern types of design services contracting, describe their characteristics and identify the sectors in which each type is most frequent.
CE15.2. Analyse the legal framework of copyright available to the designer and the protection of designs.
CT1. Spoken and written skill in the native language and in other languages such as English that will enable you to work in an international setting.
CT6. Ability to work as part of a team and aptitude for dialogue with the different agents and disciplines that may take part in the development of a design project.
CT7. Ability to coordinate, manage and lead work groups around a design project or where design plays a key role.
CT11. Ability to adapt to the national and international professional environment and, in particular, to the technological, social and economic changes that occur.