We caught up with Pam Jue for our latest Alumni Spotlight, who told us all about life after graduation, helping people feel good about their finances at Capital One Labs, navigating difficult decisions, and advocating for workplace inclusion.
When I was home over winter break, my dad asked me if I had spent more time working in my first semester at SVA then I did in my entire four years at Lehigh. I told him that it’s close, but probably SVA.
Edited by Gareth Cook, and with an introduction by Radiolab’s Robert Krulwich, The Best American Infographics of 2016 is the fourth and final volume in the series and features alum Christopher Cannon, faculty Now Younse, and faculty emeritus Nicholas Felton.
If you’ve given thought to attending graduate school in interaction design, the deadline for applications is fast approaching: January 15, 2017.
As our graduate school days are getting shorter and shorter, I have worked with most of my classmates. I am close with some of them and one of them is Paola. I got to know her when we were grouped to work on our Crafting Interaction’s final project, Kiwi. She is also my accountability buddy in our thesis class, where we both keep track of each other’s thesis to-dos.
We caught up with Katie Koch for our latest Alumni Spotlight, who told us all about what she's been up to since graduating: developing alternative banking services at American Express, a newly accepted role at Spotify, and adapting to a European lifestyle.
Take a look at the first year's awesome Physical Computing midterm projects. Some are practical, others are completely wild.
Two Class of 2015 alumni, Amy Wu and Luke Stern, were featured in the past week's New York Times Magazine in a story titled "Makeover Mania - Inside the 21st-Century Craze for Redesigning Everything."
During our Public interfaces class, we visited Cooper Hewitt. For some of us it was the first time and the rest have made their rounds to the museum. The highlight of the visit apart from the ‘Immersion room’ was another exhibition called, ‘By the People, Designing a Better America’. This was showcasing collaborative projects from all over the country.