The student handbook for the ETC students who entered in the program in August of 2021.
With my undergraduate Interaction Design background and graduate Entertainment Technology background in CMU, my training in design and program, and my internship experience in an industry-leading interaction design company, I believe I can call myself an interaction designer. In May I will complete my master degree in Entertainment Technology at Carnegie Mellon University. As part of the requirements for this degree, I am involved in serious of projects that have given me experience assisting with the analysis of the certain requirements and manage all the work in team. I also have completed a course in programming. My experience also includes working full-time as an interaction designer in an industry-leading interaction design company. Because of my knowledge about this area, I have been exposed to and participated in several projects, and in charge of interaction design. As the assistant, I produced requirement analysis reports that allow me to explain the idea to my producer. I am also in charge of design flow chart and interaction design documentation which can help my other teammates to understand the product. I believe my combination of interaction design background and interaction designer training is an excellent practice for a good interaction designer.