I just finished my first year of an Interaction Design graduate program. I'm currently hunting for summer internships, but as of now, I really have no idea of what IXD is like in industry, as far as what I'd actually be doing. My program is based out of an Industrial Design curriculum, but I'm hearing that as an IXD professional, I'm not going to be allowed to do any Industrial Design (physical products) type work. (FWIW, my undergrads are in computer technology and communication)
I definitely do NOT want to do web work. Am I in the wrong program?
Is anyone here to help me know if Cooper U's Interaction Design Course really holds good value in the UX market? What's your recommendation and opinion about the faculty and is it worth the cost $2,150?
Just curious to know what everybody uses to prototype their designs when user testing, and when presenting clients, or giving pitches to potential investors. I've seen a multitude of different resources used for user testing; anything from interactive pdfs, paper renderings, coded mock-ups and fully built software.
What sort of tools do you use for prototyping, and do those tools change with the device you're testing for?
I just started working in a UX team as a Interaction Designer together with one more Interaction Designer and a Content Strategist. My company didnt have a UX team until recently so we are all a bit confused on what our tasks are, should be doing. We are now working on a elevator pitch and a job description which is trickier that we thought. (I found this thread which was useful http://www.ixda.org/node/18648 )
Hi, My Name is Indrajeet Bakhale from Design Incubator R&D Labs Pvt. Ltd. Design Incubator R&D Labs is conducting a 3 Day Core Training Programme in
User Experience Design in Bengaluru and Delhi NCR this May.
Hi Everyone- I've taken a pot shot at making a first event! Many of us are located North of the city so I've set a date of Thursday, Feb.28th at the Oberoi Mall BBC @ 8pm (the BBC is on the 3rd floor near PVR cinema).