Philosophy of Design Education The Multimedia and Culture curriculum aims at educating students, at a university level, to be leaders in design teams for multimedia applications in domains of culture, education, and leisure. After graduation at the master's level, participants should have the theoretical background to partner with software and hardware engineers, to work with experts in application domains, and to collaborate with colleagues from various design disciplines. Moreover, participants should be able to negotiate with the design client and have insight into the needs, wishes, and possibilities of users of the prospective technology. Our philosophy of design is…
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