Carmen Dukes, Katie Koch
When did you first learn about design? Our students start learning about design in ninth grade, during their first year in high school. As members of Project: Interaction, a 10-week high school after-school program in Brooklyn, New York, they are introduced to the practice of interaction design. They learn how experiences with technology, people, and things are researched, prototyped, and designed. And at the end of the program, they create a finished interaction design project borne of their own ideas. Before we founded Project: Interaction, we were classmates at the School of Visual Arts MFA in Interaction Design program. We…
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