The STC India User Research and Usability SIG is pleased to announce three sessions on Saturday, August 28, 2010, at Misys Software Solutions (India) Private Limited, Embassy Golf Links Business Park, Off Intermediate Ring Road, Bangalore.
1) HCI research methods by Sanjay Tripathi, ABB
2) Usability heuristics for documentation by Anupama Gummaraju
3) Web analytics in technical documentation by Jigesh
I am a bachelor of fine arts (Visual Communication and Applied art) from India. I have been working in the field for e-learning from past 6+ years. I am now planning to take up the masters degree in HCI.
I don't want to put a huge amount of information here, so please
email me directly for a full job description at tdehnert at aquent.com.
This should prove to be a very interesting long term project with a
top company here in the bay.
Work with a phenomenal team that also happens to work remotely two
days a week!
I intend to pursue a Masters Degree in Interaction Design or HCI from
US or Canada (MDes or MS).
I am about to finish my Graduate studies in Computer Science (MS in
CS) with a GPA of 3.1 (including one really low grade). I have some
pretty strong project work that can cover-up the GPA deficiency to
some extent. Also I have taken courses like Virtual Reality and User
Given this background, is it wise to even try for higher studies in
interaction design or HCI?