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This is an advanced course in interaction design, where you will get to practice your design skills around a series of concrete design briefs, and discuss your own and others design projects from an academic perspective. The goal is to develop experience in how to independently drive interaction design projects, to develop qualitative work samples, and to prepare for master research projects in this area.
The different themes for design projects aim to structure our understandings of interaction design in terms of higher level intentions (to make money, to explore a new kind of technology, to make the world a better place, or to share ideas and knowledge).
The course is based on five smaller projects where students work creatively around an open theme:
The work will be conducted mainly through studio-based learning with weekly design crit sessions, where we openly criticize and discuss each others work and ongoing processes. With every theme there will also be theoretical seminars in which students jointly present and discuss texts related to current theme.