I have recently been looking into the possibility of interaction design as a career choice, and I was wondering what sort of graduate school programs would be open to me. I have been perusing the discussion boards, but it seems as though there aren't very many conversations about this in the past couple of years about it so I was wanting to get an updated perspective.
I've recently been admitted to the Human Centered Design & Engineering MS program at University of Washington. I was also admitted into the HCI/d program at Indiana University - Bloomington. Still waiting on a decision from the Digital Media program at Georgia Tech.
SO: if I was to get into all three programs, which should I choose? I'm leaning towards HCDE at UW at the moment - i want to be an Interaction designer if that helps...
Any comments or suggestions would be much appreciated! Esp. if you went to one of these schools!
Hey everyone, I'm in the process of finding a masters program for Interactive Design and would like some opinions. I recently graduated with a BA in Psychology but want to persue a different path. I've found some masters programs that accept students from all backgrounds and would like to know what you think, as professionals, about them.
I am a recent Computer Science graduate. I am looking to move into the field of Interaction Design. I have very little prior experience in the field, although I have done a lot of Photography and graphic design(portfolio: http://anuragd.com/portfolio.html)
I am unsure as to how to move into the field. I am ready to apply to graduate school, but my low GPA and lack of a IX portfolio is a barrier. Kindly advice on how to go about this?