2017 Interaction Design Graduate Exhibition | Into the Wild

On April 19, the Honours Bachelor of Interaction Design‘s Class of 2017 showcased a variety of projects on their year-end showcase at SapientRazorfish. Over the course of four years, students have gained experience in areas of web design, app design, 3D modeling, storytelling, product design, branding, programming, AR/VR, UI/UX design, and much more. Titled “Into The Wild“, the showcase is described as an exploration into how the graduating class envisions themselves as designers.

Interaction design focuses on how people engage with all forms of digital technology, including mobile devices, collaborative interfaces, and global networks. Interaction designers are creative problem-solvers who find new ways to integrate technology into our lives – by creating new products, developing better applications, and generating more compelling content. At Sheridan, students gain practical experience in all stages of the creative process, from research and planning through design and execution. The program includes a 14-week job placement between the third and fourth years. Additionally, during the fourth year, students will complete a variety of projects (both individual and team-based) to develop a body of work that demonstrates their creativity, communication skills, and technological savvy.

To see a full gallery of the student’s work visit their website.

To learn more about Sheridan’s Interaction Design program, visit our program page.

Photos by Joanna Wojewoda. Courtesy of Emily MacKenzie.

3 Comments on “2017 Interaction Design Graduate Exhibition | Into the Wild

  1. Hi, I would like to the entry requirements for this interaction design program. I am currently in grade 12 and I live in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

  2. I just got accepted to this course and this article just got me so much more excited then I already was 🙂

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