BSBI launches first issue of The Scientific Journal of Creative and Digital Arts

The Berlin School of Business and Innovation launches its new journal featuring the theme, creative and digital arts.

Like the previous scientific journals, the Scientific Journal of Creative and Digital Arts (CDA) publishes original research papers and review articles. Researchers, academics, and students from any country were invited to publish their pure or applied creative and digital arts or design relations research.

The journal includes publications from the fields of arts, film, motion design, visual effects, UI and UX design, interaction design, illustration, virtual and mixed reality, metaverse, NFT, mental health, creative leadership and many more.

As part of the growing ambition to establish BSBI as a respected institution that contributes to research, the scientific journals have a global orientation and are structured in line with international standards, contributing to the progress of research and science.

You can access the first issue of the Scientific Journal of Creative and Digital Arts here.


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