The master at a glance
|Recognized Title||Academic Master’s Degree|
The Master in Service Design program is meant to foster storytelling and prototyping skills, the problem-solving and business design approach to help students develop innovative service ideas. Through user observation, students will detect unmet user needs and develop compelling scenarios, physical and virtual systems of service experience, working in close contact with professionals, firms and public-sector organizations.
The program is addressed to candidates who have a first-level degree and/or professional experience in Visual And Graphic Design, Interaction Design, Architecture And Creative Coding. The program is also open to candidates with a diploma/degree or professional experience in Business Design, Communication Science, New Media, Psychology, Sociology, or equivalent, if they are motivated by a sound research interest towards the program’s topics and a strong portfolio.
Graduates from the Master in Information Design may seek employment at established firms, such as large corporations, service companies, design consultancy, as well as NGO’s, government agencies, research institutions, or start their own consulting business.
Possible job titles include: Service Designer, Experience Designer and Design strategist.