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Interactive Media Design
Interactive Media Designers prepare projects with interactive digital content based on customer orders and needs. They plan websites, apps, social forums, social networks or POS sites such as user interfaces for ticket machines. In the future, they will also be responsible for digital media which do not exist today.
In developing and implementing these communication tools, Interactive Media Designers work with static and animated images, text and infographics, as well as audio, video and 3D files. These elements integrate them into your project, determine the functions and specify the interactions. Using craft techniques and appropriate hardware and software, they produce the media according to the concept.
The interactive digital communication tools, such as a websites or apps, test and publish on digital communication systems such as smartphones, tablets, computers, large screens, and other on-screen applications.
Interactive Media Designers make sure that their products are media-friendly and user-friendly. On the one hand, they take into account the various display formats in which their applications are displayed. On the other hand, they ensure that the systems are easy to use for the users.
Throughout all phases of the project - from design to realization - Interactive Media Designers engage in a lively exchange with customers and employees: setting the specifications, organizing the project team, working out and discussing the variants, and evaluating the results.
The Interactive Media Designer is a technically demanding profession, but creative design is in the foreground. Possible places of work are online and advertising agencies, radio, television and online newsrooms, graphic studios or communication departments of large companies.
User Interface Design
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Mobile HW-SW Design
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