I don't want to put a huge amount of information here, so please
email me directly for a full job description at tdehnert at aquent.com.
This should prove to be a very interesting long term project with a
top company here in the bay.
Work with a phenomenal team that also happens to work remotely two
days a week!
I intend to pursue a Masters Degree in Interaction Design or HCI from
US or Canada (MDes or MS).
I am about to finish my Graduate studies in Computer Science (MS in
CS) with a GPA of 3.1 (including one really low grade). I have some
pretty strong project work that can cover-up the GPA deficiency to
some extent. Also I have taken courses like Virtual Reality and User
Given this background, is it wise to even try for higher studies in
interaction design or HCI?
The human brain and body are prolific signal generators. Recent
technologies and computing techniques allow us to measure, process
and interpret these signals. We can now infer such things as
cognitive and emotional states, to create adaptive systems and gain
an understanding of user experience.
JOB: LEAD DESIGNER - HUMAN SCIENCES
Boyle Ogata Bregman Executive Search
LEAD DESIGNER - HUMAN SCIENCES
Initiate a high level mandate to improve the usability of products
and systems by incorporating a Human-Centered component for this
growing division of a premier defense contractor. As a Lead Designer
- Human Sciences (LD), you will have influence and interaction across
First wanted to say thanks for this wonderful resource. My question
is that I am currently a technical writer interested in moving into a
visual design role. Though I have a stint of experience as a visual
designer, my educational background was not in design. I did look
into graduate programs but find that the HCI programs available seem
quite research based and are rooted more in psychology than applied
visual design, which is where my interest is in.