What would you recommend for someone interested in getting started with interaction design, but who already has their bachelor's?
My plan was to make a website and gradually fill it through designing my own projects (or volunteering if I can find something nearby), but first I wanted to know if there was a better way of going about this.
If it's relevant, I have degrees in Cognitive Science and Studio Art, can teach myself programming languages, and have some experience with counseling and scientific research.
I'm 26. I dropped out of electronics engineering in my final year. After that i have worked in the field of Interface Design for 2 years.
With things evolving at the pace that we see, I feel there will be need to take a masters in interaction design course a few years down the line. But since i dropped out, i will need a bachelor's degree and i can't give up work for financial reasons.
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I just move to Berlin and I would like to start to explore what has to offer in IX and UX areas. I'm an HCI master student and I need to start to look for a place where to do an intership, and after that a Matser thesis with a company. Start ups could be as well an option.
So, I would like to hear some advices from someone of you who knows a little much better the Industry.
Or if someone know such a great Design firms or Companies in other European cities where could be worth it to do an internship, it will be great as well.