On these pages you can read more about our master programme: what you will learn, how you will learn it, what your design projects and thesis might be like and in general what we are doing. Enjoy!
Name: Camilla Bergqvist
Interaction design student during the years: 2004-2006
Current job title: UX Architect
How would you describe your job?
I work in service delivery projects and am responsible for the overall user experience. I work in all phases of the project. The early phases include user research, personas and workshops with stakeholders and wireframes among other things.
We are happy and proud to say that we hosted a great NordiCHI’16! Staffan Björk opened the conference on the 25th of October (as shown above), but it actually started with tow days of interesting workshops and tutorials, followed by the “real” conference.
Last week our 2nd year students exhibited their designs on the topic “The Interactive Science Center”, which were made in the Interaction Design Project-course. The exhibitions featured two ways of learning how to programme a robot, an interactive storytelling application, a game for cleaning the ocean, and various educational designs covering astronomy, anatomy, Rubik’s cube solving, a cooperative piloting task in VR, and energy sources. All projects can be seen at http://www.idxpo.se/current/
Welcome to the “Interactive Science Center” exhibition! It is a collaboration between ID&T and its students, Visual Arena, Universeum, Chalmers and Gothenburg University. It takes place in the Visual Arena, Lindholmen Science Park, Gothenburg.
Opening: Mon Oct 24 at 17-19
Exhibition: Tue Oct 25 at 9-17
The Interaction Design division and the Department of Applied IT are proud to host the 9th Nordic conference on Human-Computer Interaction — NordiCHI’16. Two-and-a-half years ago we started planning it; on Sunday it starts! One day of workshops, three days packed with interesting paper presentations, keynote speeches, industry experiences, demos and much more! Follow tahs #nordichi16 in social media, or check out http://www.nordichi2016.org!