Just as architects design buildings or industrial designers design physical products,
interaction designers work with engineers and business people to design interactive digital products
that fit people’s everyday life and culture, making them useful, usable and desirable.
The Master in Interaction Design is designed to prepare designers for this role.
The program’s directors are two of the most important names in this field, Gillian Crampton Smith and Philip Tabor.

KEY FACTS

FULL-TIME MASTER

Duration: 2 (1+1) years full-time.
After Year 1 you get H-Farm Education’s Graduate Diploma in Interaction Design, which allows admission into  Year 2.
After Year 2, you get H-Farm Education’s Master in Interaction Design.

PREREQUISITES

Normally Bachelor or equivalent experience in a design discipline, but other forms of experience are considered.
Good command of written and spoken English.

CONTENT

During the program students identify their personal strengths to prepare them for work in this fast-developing field.
Graduates might go on to join interaction design agencies or in-house design studios; to work in research labs and/or teaching; or to found a design-driven startup.

WHEN

Start: October 2017

Admission deadline: 26 May
Interviews: 12–21 June

JOIN THE OPEN DAY

METHOD AND APPROACH

TEAM ORIENTED
Collaboration, inclusion and transparency are fundamental
for the management of complex projects.
Teamwork techniques, self-awareness development
and soft-skills are the basis of our approach.

INTERACTIVE APPROACH
We collaborate with docents,
expert mentors and innovators
who use their first-hand experience
to provide students with the most
up-to-date information.

OPEN INNOVATION
We are always up-to-date on the latest trends
and technological innovations that respond
to today’s challenges. We embrace
the opportunities that
are made possible by change.

HANDS ON EXPERIENCE
We transform inspiration into reality.
We learn through first-hand experimentation.

INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM
International students and faculty.
The course is taught in English, but written work can be done in Italian or in English.

 LIFE LONG LEARNING
Learning is a lifelong process,
for both professional and personal growth.