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News & Updates

The role of design and designers in society and the marketplace is changing. In the new publication LEAP Dialogues, 84 designers, educators, and thought-le…

Interview by Elushika Weerakoon
I am here to tell you about an unique project, that my classmates David Al-Ibrahim and Saba Singh have created. The pr…

This year’s Webby Award nominees have been announced and among the nominees are IxD faculty and alumni.…

Student Bloggers

“Simplicity is about subtracting the obvious, and adding the meaningful.”

I am lucky to be back to the beginning because mistakes and experiments are highly encouraged.

Congratulations to Song Lee and Kohzy Koh on winning the 2016 IxDA Student Design Challenge!

Ever since I partnered up with Ruth to create a game about pessimism and optimism, I found out that people have a wrong view of a pessimist.

The 9th annual interaction design conference organized by the IxDA is happening right now in Helsinki, Finland. Students and alumni are in attendance and h…

After a year passed my interest in comedy deteriorated and I wanted to go back to do more design. I did not want to be the next Tina Fey, rather the next Dan Formosa.

I only write when I have to. I know writing is important, especially when you must discuss your process as a designer. Applying for internships have begun and that means, dreaded cover letters — the part where I have to write about myself. They ask to ‘tell a story’.

The question I ask is why do I remember the negative experience so much more? Is it unfinished? Why can’t I forget and remember more of the happy experiences in life.

Reblogged from elushika:For some of us it was the first time experiencing snow and for the rest it was nothing new. So how did we spend our time during the…

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