In case you missed the last post - tonight is our portfolio show for the Humber College Web development program. If you are interested in seeing the work of some very talented people drop on by! Starts at 6 and is at the ING Direct Cafe at Yonge and Shuter.
Hello, Over the past two or three years I've had conversations with many people on this list (at conferences and workshops, through email, etc.). I gather that *lots* of people in the design / research / interaction / UX / anthrodesign / IA / product / communications bundle of practices are pondering how they can work in areas other than corporate jobs, consumer products and services, etc.
If you are in Berlin on the 17th/18th of July you are very welcome to visit this year’s Product Design (incl. Interaction Design) student show at the Art College Berlin Weissensee during the Open Days 2010 from 12:00 to 20:00. Our students and this year’s graduates are exhibiting their projects in the Product Design department space (main building, 3rd floor).
design-people in Denmark is looking for an interaction designer trainee from August 2010. design-people is a danish industrial design company, located in Aarhus, second biggest city of Denmark. The recent focus has been design of complex industrial software interfaces, for agriculture and power managemant. We recently hired a MMI psychologist, so this is also a great opportunity to get insight in this field.
I have decided to go to the University of Baltimore and have officially enrolled as a new grad. student for the Fall 2010 semester.
If you are a current student at U.Baltimore in the IDIA masters program, please share with me your feedback on: the program, classes, professors, research opportunities, conference opportunities, if you recieved an assistantship, and other information you would like to share!
I´m currently studying Digital Media at the international school of Hyper Island in Stockholm, Sweden.
Me and some fellow students feels very passionate about interaction design but are missing it in the schools curriculum, and we are now starting up something what can only be described as the Dead Poets Society, but for interaction design.
I have been asked by quite a few folks now, can there be exceptions
for X or Y group b/c that school only does group work?
The answer has to be "No" at this stage in the game. I realize that
a lot of great designs will be missed through this process and maybe
we have learned some lessons along the way as this is the first time
we are doing this.
Does anyone have suggestions of topics for quick (~10 minutes) design
The University of Michigan SOCHI (Student Org. in Computer Human
Interaction) is hosting an event to practice our rapid sketching and
ideation skills, particularly in preparation for upcoming job
interviews that many of us have. We've done sketching scenarios like
this in the past and would love some fresh ideas.
Are there any scenarios that you've encountered during IXD/UX
interviews that might be good to practice with?