NID Interaction Design 2017
The 2-1/2 year long Master of Design ( M.Des.) programme in Interaction Design Discipline at NID Bengaluru campus comprises of 5 semesters. The first four semesters emphasize on academic work and in the last semester live industry design projects form part of the curriculum. The programme is research driven and progresses till the final design development. It concentrates on various forms of digital products ranging from mobile, web based to dynamic ones like retail, banking, gaming, education, transportation and healthcare. Candidates intending to get admission in M.Design programme in Interaction Design can be from different backgrounds like architecture, fine arts, four year diploma in Design and graduates from varied engineering disciplines. Career prospects can be in the fields of consumer durables, automotive, IT services and products, healthcare and media.
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Number of Seats: 15
Design Faculty: IT Integrated
Programme Co-ordinator: Mamata N Rao
- Started her career at NID in the year 2005.
- Teaches at NID Bengaluru.
- Her cumulative work experience in educational and private organisations in different countries is over 16 years
- Masters Degree in Design Space from University of Sydney, Australia.
- Masters Degree in Urban Design from School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi
- Currently Principal Investigator for 3 year project titled " Arts, Artifacts ands Architecture of Bazaar Streets of Hampi" funded by Department of Science and Technology.
- On the Board of Studies for Department of Architecture, B.V.B. College of Engineering and Technology, Hubli.
- Member of the Scientific Review Committee for 14th International Conference on Engineering and Product Design Position/s Education.
- Co-authored The Book Creative Tools. The Chapter "Creative and Visualization Tools in Context of Design" in the Handbook of Research on Trends in Product Design and Development. Technological and Organizational Perspectives published by IGI Global in 2010.
- Areas of Interest include:
Spatial perception in Retail Environments
User Experience Design