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 young woman who recently completed her Bachelor's in Information Science at Pitt. I am interested in design, particularly how it relates to human-computer interaction. I would want to do an entry-level position because my experience is good, but limited. I would even take on an internship if possible. Do you have any advice?
My name's Noah Ruede, and I'm a 22-year-old aspiring Interaction Designer.
spent three years studying Communication at Rutgers University before
learning about IxD. I was immediately fascinated by the field, so much
so that I have decided to transfer instead to CUNY City Tech's "Emerging
Media Technology" major, with the Media Design concentration on the
Interaction Design track.
I am looking for some insight or information on how to make jQuery work within the framework of Tealeaf.
I'm looking for some career advice - I'm in need of mentoring!
I'm not sure what type of role I should go for to start my career.
I recently graduated with a BSc IT (Multimedia Design). While studying I freelanced creating websites. I also developed an extensive internal web application from the ground up (using php/mysql) for a small company. This involved a lot of analysis and design work with the Director.
I was looking for a web application to share some simple knowledge about the way we solve issues (bugs, small task) in our office. Some of them are very repetitive and every time someone new arrives at the group the same history is told over again. By the way, I'm at the design department.
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?
I am producing IA/UX for a SaaS and need to obtain research specific to the typical layout of a Use Case 01 landing page with call-to-action.
Specifically, my client wants an initial landing page with two calls-to-action buttons with the same visual weight. His justification is that both will eventually lead down conversion paths (one directly to signup, the second to more information). All information I can find advises this has the opportunity to cause some confusion which can hamper conversion rates.
I'm Mohammed Khan from India.I'm currently pursuing my
bachelor's degree in Computer Science Domain and hopefully will be
out in the wild by 2010.Apart from been a decent programmer i also
have had very strong likening towards Art,design and human
psychology.I always wondered if i could ever find myself a profession
that would have all the creative juice.Today i am very confident that
i wish to make my mark in the IxD,UI discipline.
HCI grad student here. As my fellow students and I near graduation
and explore all the different kinds of opportunities out there, it
would be extremely helpful to learn about your entry-level
interaction design experience.
What was your first ID job? Generally speaking, is there anything
you would have liked to be different? Which experiences were most
beneficial in the long-term?