After joining WTO, being more internationalized is a crucial concern for Taiwan. Utilizing visual design professions with up-to-date technology, to enhance the cultural creativity and thus promote the identity of Taiwan is one of the tasks. In order to achieve this aim, in August, 2002, the Graduate School of Visual Design was founded by the supports of Principal, Dr. Jia-nan Dai, along with the preliminary preparation devoted by Prof. Ming-liao Chang. Prof. Bo-yan Chang was the dean of the Graduate School, who improved and upgraded the space and equipment for the institute. In 2004, the Graduate School of Continuing Studies was established to offer further education opportunity for teachers and professionals in design fields, especially in central and southern Taiwan. Later in 2006, the Department of Visual Design was originated by Prof. Yi-hsuan Lee. The department welcomed students with interests in design to pursuit further studies in this subject. Then in 2007, the graduate and undergraduate programs were integrated into one institute; the graduate program was re-named as the Master Program of Visual Design. Since the foundation of our programs, we have been recognized as an institute with outstanding research and teaching quality. Our students have received numerous prizes at home and abroad for the quality of their works. With the achievements, we have been acknowledged as the leading role in the education of visual design in southern Taiwan.