Why I Aspire
I love creating things that inspire others. My creativity translated to programming and design which are skills I honed inside and outside of the classroom. As I learned to make flyers, design apparel, and develop a website portfolio I realized my passion.
About The Job
An Interactive Designer is a combination of technical, design, and customer service skills. Interactive Designers observe how products are used and develop a design plan to ensure consumer satisfaction.
Interactive Designers collaborate with those involved with producing the product to finalize a design plan. Interaction designers work in the best interest for consumers to ensure their needs and wantes are considered. They also associate with marketing professionals to help develop ways to promote the product. Designers then reobserve user responses to recorrect interaction issues and improve experience.
A bachelor's degree in business administration, market research, graphic design, or engineering is the standard education for Interactive Designers. They need skills to be able to work with design programs like Adobe Suite. Also, taking courses in computer-aided design would be beneficial because it will develop their analytical skills to be able to process data and assess the effectiveness of their designs.
Communication, analytical, problem-solving, interpersonal, computer, artistic, teamwork, and design plan
How Much They Make
Median Annual Salary
Some conflicts Interactive Designers face these days are keeping up with the advancement in technology. They have to learn various operating interfaces, programming languages, and development environments. The desirable multiple functionalities on a small interface is increasing in demand, yet so few understand the struggles of Interactive Designers. Specifically, limited battery charge has become dificult to resolve.