The Digital Design Lab at Woxsen University is a spacious workspace with 60 computers, including; 30 iMacs and 30 Dell desktops. The space also has two projectors for giving research presentations.
Today, design research employs advanced computers to analyze population samples, questionnaire design, and data collection and most of the visual research is based on decoding the meaning of the pictures.
The students and faculty at the Woxsen School of Art & Design use these advanced computers to do picture-based research to explore social and cultural phenomena.
The systems of the Digital Design Lab also have necessary software like Adobe Software like Photoshop, Illustrator, In-Design and MS Office installed on each system. In addition, the premium version of Grammarly software is also available for proofreading and is accessible by the faculty and students through their institutional Login ID.