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Interaction Design and Technologies

Interaction design is the practice of designing interactive digital products, environments, systems and services. It focuses on behaviour – how users act and how products respond to user behaviour.

As such, it is a necessary discipline in any design project aiming to create something complex and computer-augmented that is to be used by humans: computer software, games, interactive products such as smart phones or MP3-players, “intelligent” homes, cars, clothes and so on.

Given the increased focus on interaction design in general, and on social media, entertainment and new physical products in particular, the programme aims to provide interaction designers with the knowledge and skills needed to meet the ever-shifting demands of this emerging job market segment.

The programme allows the following specialisations:

  • Interaction designer focused on user interface design and information visualisation
  • Interaction designer focused on tangible interaction
  • Interaction designer focused on entertainment, games and social media
  • Game developer with some experience of gameplay design and interaction design

Read more about the programme, entrance requirements and how to apply on Chalmers' web pages for master programmes.

Programme webpage

Interaction Design & Technologies has its own webpage where you who are interested in the programme can find lots of useful inforamtion as well. Visit www.ixdcth.se.

 

Information

The Master´s Programme Interaction Design and Technologies is taught in english at Chalmers University of Technology.

Specific questions about the programme and it's content:

Staffan Björk
Director of Master´s programme
E-mail: mpaixd.ait@chalmers.se

 

Questions regarding the application and admission process:

Chrissie Evling
Study counsellor
E-mail: chrissie.evling@chalmers.se

 Application
Apply via www.antagning.se

 

Sidansvarig: Peter Larsson|Sidan uppdaterades: 2011-09-21
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