Last September, a highly talented group of 21 individuals came from far and wide to undertake the intensive 12 month programme at The Danish Design School. The students have been working hard since the start of the year and have completed a number of workshops including Physical Computing, Computational Design, Video Prototyping and Performative Design.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the microsites for each of the workshops where you can see the projects and get an idea of what we get up to in the studio http://dkds.ciid.dk/idp09.
These microsites will be updated as the course progresses.
We've just finished Graphical User Interface workshop and while the microsite is not quite ready, there are many photos on the Interaction Design Programme Flickr group: http://www.flickr.com/groups/1235824@N23/pool/
More general information about the programme can be found here: http://ciid.dkds.dk/
About The Interaction Design Programme
The Interaction Design Programme is a collaborative initiative between The Danish Design School (DKDS) and Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID). Our aim is for students, faculty and staff to work together in a multi-cultural, multidisciplinary studio environment to co-create a new kind of education that is relevant for academia and industry.
The Danish Ministry of Economy and Trade, The Danish Ministry of Culture, Novo Nordisk and The Danish Design School have awarded financial funding for the Pilot Year. The JL Foundation sponsored technical equipment for the project it-lab.