Interaction Design

Reid Building, 10 students

The Interaction Design programme at The Glasgow School of Art combines technology with visual thinking and creative problem solving. The course is characterised by actively engaging with creative coding and digital culture, producing work which is highly experimental in approach. This year, our students have presented work which asks us to consider the role of the designer in an increasingly technologically complex world, exploring ethics, emotion and personal histories through technologies, sculpture and innovative design practice.

Welcome

Introduction to Interaction Design

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The Skinny

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