design education

17 May 2011 - 12:50pm
5 years ago
6 replies
Jan Dittrich

IxD/ Human Centered Design Curricula and Philosophy

I am currently dealing with the question what students should be taught in in Interaction Design/ Human Centered Design and how the teaching should be done. For that reason I am in search for curricula and the philosophy behind them. Do you know of any resources?

For HCI there is e.g. the suggestion by the SIGCHI, which provides an extensive overview, but I could not find something like this for a design course.

4 May 2011 - 6:45am
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Invitation to Universal design in Education Conference - 12 / 13th November 2015, Dublin Castle

Hi Folks,

we're holding a ocnfernce in a couple of weeks on UD in education.  here's some info and reasons you wight want to attend:

27 Sep 2010 - 11:01am
5 years ago
1 reply
Carmen Dukes

How do your skills as an interaction designer help you outside of work?

Wednesday, 9/29 will be beginning of our 10 week after school program, Project: Interaction, where we'll teach high school students about design and creative thinking skills.

29 Mar 2010 - 8:16pm
6 years ago
8 replies

Hired a recent undergrad? If so, which school/program?

I'm trying to figure out which schools are churning out good candidates to fill junior IxD positions, and what these schools are calling the degree undergraduates receive (our HR department needs a better understanding). Schools in Southern California would be of particular interest since that's where we're located.

That said, if anyone steers clear of hiring recent undergrads (favoring instead graduate students or only those with a minimum level of real-world experience---regardless of education), I'd love to hear your thoughts.


Nasir Barday

Allan Chochinov - Girls and Women: Objects Lessons in the Primacy of Interaction

As more and more design challenges move from artifact to service, and from service to system, the considered role of interaction design has become an imperative. But in the arena of design for social impact, the power of interaction design, deliberately paired with appropriate products, can make for an explosive combination.

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