If you are interested in studying Interaction Design, consider Austin Center for Design in Austin, Texas. Our unique one-year program is perfect for professionals looking to gain competency and skills, recast their career, or grow into more strategic roles. Here are some details of our program:
If you are considering going back to school in the fall, I would like to invite you to apply to Austin Center for Design. AC4D is located in Austin, Texas, and our program is one-year long; classes are held on nights and weekends, and the program is an affordable $12,000. We offer a unique combination of courses in interaction design and in social entrepreneurship, and many of our students go on to found and run their own double-bottom-line businesses.
Join us October 5th and 6th, 2012 in Austin, Texas, for 2 days of thought-provoking and inspirational conversations about the role of design in shaping the fabric of society. The mingle-mangle razzle-dazzle ragtag design extravaganza brings together speakers and thought-leaders in the fields of design, technology, and entrepreneurship; you'll hear from people like:
A reminder that there are 10 days remaining to get your application in to Austin Center for Design, if you want to be part of our class of 2011-2012. Austin Center for Design exists to transform society through design
and design education. This transformation occurs through the development
of design knowledge directed towards all forms of social and
I had my first interview with a company who is very much interested in me. I am originally from Boston, MA and I'm currently living in Spain. The company is in Austin, TX. They wanted my salary requirements but I'm really not sure what to give them. Based on the research I've done It seems that 62k would be an accurate figure. As an intern in Boston I made 33/hour or about 67k per year equivalent. I have 2 years of experience (2 internships in Human Factors) and a Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering specializing in Human Factors Engineering.