Master Interaction Design Harbour.Space University
The Harbour.Space Master of Interaction Design programme blends technical know-how, interdisciplinary research, and a creative artistic-scientific approach to enable the development of creative interfaces that generate progressive and innovative applications for media design, media research, media art, and communication. The department is led by internationally renowned user experience design duo Irene Pereyra and Anton Repponen.
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This programme contains an extensive number of real interaction design cases moving through which the students will gain a solid understanding of the creative and decision-making process in the design department of a real company or a design agency.
- From Zero to Hero
- Using Time Effectively: Designing for Deadlines
- Intro to Motion Design
- Designing for the Next Billion
- Sketching Design Ideas & Creating Concepts
- Introduction to User Experience Design (Schematics)
- Content Strategy
- Layouts and Organising Information
- Culture Jamming
- Practical Magic: understanding and designing for human needs
- Experience Design (XD)
- Research-driven Design
- Using the world to think
- Creating and Applying Interactivity
- Selling and Presenting Design
Harbour.Space Employability Report:
Students and alumni are the centerpieces of the Harbour.Space ecosystem. We have seen four generations of students leave prepared for the industry’s challenges.
Employment By The Numbers:
As long as we provide opportunities for our students to excel, they’ll do everything that it takes to accomplish their goals.
95% | Employment Rate
83% | Secured a Job Within Three Months After Graduation
53% | Secured a Job Before Graduation
80% | Feel Happy with Their Current Job
Borders are not a limit when your talent speaks for you. In numbers, here is the distribution of our alumni across the world.
56% | Europe
26% | Asia
17% | North America
1% | South America
Whether at a local startup or an international enterprise, our alumni find their way to the industry they belong in.
34% | Startups
31% | Large Corporations
27% | Midsize Enterprises
8% | Freelance