Are you willing to deepen your design knowledge in few weeks with a high-standard programme?
A 15-week journey that will lead you to join selected theoretical courses with professionals, active learning sessions and workshops working in international and cross disciplinary teams and taking advantage of many networking occasions.
Get a taste of the unique Domus Academy experience.
A 15-week journey into Interaction Design that will lead you to join selected theoretical courses with professionals, active learning sessions and workshops working in international and cross disciplinary teams and taking advantage of many networking occasions.
Participants are expected to have a first level academic degree or a previous professional experience in the related field of study.
IELTS 5.0 certificate or equivalent is required.
All courses are taught in English. A high level of proficiency in the English language is required.
The Semester Course structure is organized in two modules.
Each module includes one theoretical course and one workshop in the specific area of interest.
DIGITAL & PHYSICAL PROTOTYPING
The course intertwines theoretical insights, with targeted design activities, short assignments and exercises aimed at developing specific competences on how to prototype for interactive products and services, using basic technological solutions, both software and hardware.
DESIGN RESEARCH METHODS & TOOLS
The Design Research Methods & Tools course explores theories and practices within the field of creative thinking. Students learn how to acquire and manipulate the information they need to kick-start their projects.
The Tangible Interactions workshop aims at developing projects in the domains of physical computing and haptic interfaces by screening, analysing and experimenting software and hardware technology in order to develop a confidence with the palette of tools and platforms that constitute the “basis” for designing interactive solutions.
The Experience Design workshop explores, by way of studio-based activities, the designing process from the point of view of the people (not users, neither consumers) in their day to day life context.
The Semester’s programme involves the following costs:
Semester Course Tuition
After earning his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design at Politecnico di Torino, he attended the Interaction Design Programme at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. Since then, Desiato has worked as a freelance consultant for design firms and startups on topics related to Interaction and Service Design, prototyping and advertising.
After earning his bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design cum laude at Politecnico di Torino in 2017, Andrea Desiato flew to Copenhagen to attend the Interaction Design Programme at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID). Since then, he has worked as a freelance consultant for several design firms and a few startups on topics related to Interaction Design, Service Design, prototyping, and advertising.
In 2020, Desiato moved to Costa Rica to work as Resident Faculty for CIID, helping the organization run the one-year master’s programme in Interaction Design and teaching some related subjects in courses and professional workshops.
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