Welcome! I'm really sorry to hear you found lockdown really challenging and it affected your studies. I understand it's caused some issues for how you proceed and it sounds quite stressful, and has put you into a bit of a negative spin.
My suggestion may be a bit challenging to put into practice, but I think it is something that worked for me in my mid 20's (I'm now 29, about to turn 30! uh oh!), because I also had trouble dealing with work expectations put on me by myself and my parents.
Basically, i would suggest that you try to put aside what your parents want and expect, and just ask yourself which course you would actually want to complete. 1 year can feel like a long time, but it'll be over before you know it. It sounds like you chose to do Bachelor of Design (Visual Communication) instead of Design Studies due to the job prospects - is this reason still true for you? If so, as long as you can manage the year financially or can be supported (like so many other people your age, so you are not alone at all in this), there is a strong argument to continue down that path and really give it your best shot.
In my case, my parents wanted me to do economics and commerce, graduate after 4 years and go into finance. I hated finance and loved philosophy, so I did economics and arts with the plan to graduate after 5 years. As it turned out, by not listening to them, I ended up doing subjects I quite liked, did well without the pressure of them caring about my arts subjects, did well in my graduate interview, and dropped my arts degree altogether just to start working earlier. Which is basically to say: you'll give yourself the best opportunities by doing what you want to do, not what others want you to do, and doing them well.
You sound like you hold yourself to a relatively high standard and want to succeed, so I think it's worthwhile giving yourself the opportunity to do well.