A group of first and second year IxD students traveled to Seattle last month for the Interaction Design Association’s annual conference: Interaction 19, Design in the Wild. I caught up with a few of our attendees as they reflected on some of the most exciting moments.
Jay Parkinson spoke to IxD about how Sherpaa is transforming the experience of accessing primary healthcare by leveraging technology for easier and more effective communication between doctors and their patients. Learn a little more from student blogger Olivia Greco.
Class of 2012 alumna Catherine Young describes acclimatizing to a new country's academic and professional context and how her science-based art practice has given her the opportunity to forge connections with local artists and community members in this fall's Visual Arts Journal.
What does the future of virtual reality look like in the context of design? Thanks to scholarships from SH//FT and SVA IxD, student Crystal Wang was able to attend the two-day Oculus Connect 5 conference in San Jose, California on September 26th-Sept 27th.
How can people learn to hack their environments to make everyday tasks simpler, more fun, or more convenient? Holly Cohen and John Schimmel spoke to IxD about how creativity and the maker mindset can change lives through assistive technology.
Alum Nour Malaeb's won the student category of Fast Company's "Innovation by Design Awards" for his thesis project "Relay." We spoke to him a little about his inspiration for the project and what's next for Relay.
Meet the 16 students who will make up the Class of 2020. Over the next few weeks, we’ll highlight three incoming students at a time. Today: Kaitlin Carano, Leanne Carroll, and Luigi Piccolo.
Meet the 16 students who will make up the Class of 2020. Over the next few weeks, we’ll highlight three incoming students at a time. Today: Hao Xian, Hayoung Shin, and Jiya Seo.