The interaction designer imagines the shape and the behaviour of objects, interfaces or digital environments.
The job of the interaction designer consists in several different activities: product design (the conception of uses and formal research of a product), interaction design (the behaviours of objects), interface design (for the components), information architecture (structuring and modeling of the contents and functions).
At Strate, we train interaction designers in the interaction design major.
Job duties and responsabilities
The interaction designer creates an interface, a service, a product, etc. He analyses the interactions between the users and the information systems.
He conducts or uses the research about the users and the stakes of a project. He defines the users’ needs.
In collaboration with the development team, he identifies the technological needs of a project. He elaborates use scenarios.
He models the interactions, maps the experience, creates mock-ups and prototypes to communicate efficiently in terms of visual representation and of interface’s behaviour.
35,000 € a year
The skills of the interaction designer
- To understand the stakes and issues of interaction design
- To conduct an project from A to Z, based on specific methodologies
- To master the tools that will allow them to formalize these solutions
- To create functional prototypes and advanced models of the interactive solutions they imagine
- To understand the professional environment of the design field and the key design principles
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