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Interaction Design

Interaction Design is an important component within the giant umbrella of user experience (UX) design. Most often when people talk about interaction design, the products tend to be software products like apps or websites. The goal of interaction design is to create products that enable the user to achieve their objective(s) in the best way possible. This field of design broad: the interaction between a user and a product often involves elements like aesthetics, motion, sound, space, and many more. And of course, each of these elements can involve even more specialised fields, like sound design for the crafting of sounds used in user interactions.

Common topics of interaction design include design, human–computer interaction, and software development. While interaction design has an interest in form (similar to other design fields), its main area of focus rests on behavior. Rather than analyzing how things are, interaction design synthesizes and imagines things as they could be. This element of interaction design is what clearly marks Interaction Design as a design field as opposed to a science or engineering field.

Skills / Processes:

An interaction designer is the person on the design, development, creative or marketing team that helps form and create a design strategy, identify key interactions of the product, create prototypes to test concepts and stay current on technology and trends that will impact users. This may sound like a lot of different concepts compiled into one fuzzy job description. To make it simple: Companies hire an interaction designer to make sure their digital applications work and function in the hands of users.

Career Opportunities:

The career paths of interaction designers are varied. Some formal design programs are teaching it. Others come into it from experience or by chance. But one of the common traits of interaction designers are a thirst for how things work, not being afraid to ask questions and an ability to visualize and play with elements and concepts in new ways.

Interaction Design Schools to Consider

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