Ten Things To Consider When Completing Your Interactive Media Degree
Last week we spoke to students completing their Master of Arts in Interactive Media. As graduates of the program, we shared our best tips for finding success when venturing out (or back) into the real world.
Some of this advice includes speaking to your role in group projects and focusing on job descriptions, not just titles. Here are all ten things to consider when you’re looking for a new opportunity after completing your degree:
I’m a human-focused, strategic interactive designer with a global and perceptive lens. I seek to fully understand the audience in order to create relatable, user friendly experiences, no matter the medium.
After almost three years in the Peace Corps, living and working in Albania, I returned stateside to absorb as much knowledge about the interactive world as possible. After earning my Masters in Interactive Media I began to understand that layout, whether for print, web or mobile, is a puzzle that with good design and strategy can be solved. During my time at Centerline I have learned something new everyday from brilliant coworkers and I continue to grow as a designer and a development enthusiast.