The first Summer Intensive in Interaction Design wrapped up at the end of July. As such, we talked with two students, Ray DeLaPena and Erin Moore, about how the courses went.
Ray has been a software and systems designer for nearly 10 years before discovering interaction design as a discipline. He took all three tracks in the program and completed three projects in the theme of “time” Erin is a visual designer with formal training in print design and publishing, but had always fostered a strong interest in systems, information design and interdisciplinary projects. She took “Practice of Interaction Design” and worked collaboratively to design a personal alarm clock targeting suburban moms.