Career Prospects

Design for Interaction (DfI) graduates have a deep understanding of a human-centred approach. They excel at complex human-tech interactions, framing challenges, prototyping, and evaluating designs for impact on individuals and society. DfI graduates stand at the forefront of design innovations that make a positive and lasting impact on the world.  

Job opportunities

DfI graduates often pursue a variety of careers such as product designer, interaction designer, design researcher, user researcher, social change agent, social designer, design technologist, R&D specialist, usability consultant, or other roles including design-centred research activities.

In recent years, graduates have been hired in companies such as Philips, Vodafone, HP, Microsoft, TomTom, Canon and many similar firms, as well as by design and market research agencies.

DfI Alumni Stories

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