Information design (ID) involves gathering and understanding, collaborating and engaging, planning and organizing, writing and design. It is content-driven and contextually-dependent, while remaining in the service of those who will become the information’s users: individuals and communities. Our four-year degree provides a transformative student experience.
Information designers use human-centric processes to deliver the right content, at the right time, to the right audience. Build your skills in problem-solving, design-thinking, writing, data visualization and usability testing. You learn to develop information products that are clear, concise and visually engaging in online, print, mobile and even augmented and virtual reality environments. Information designers translate complicated information (data) into simple, understandable and useful content for business and citizens, advocating for all users.
Paid work experience — Graduate with a minimum of 450 hours of paid work experience
Portfolio development — Leave with a portfolio of work that you can showcase when looking for employment
International opportunities - Complete a semester abroad – from Austria to New Zealand