The Ma. Degree in Design for Communication Environments (DAC) educate professional figures, called interaction designers, able to design, create prototypes, evaluate and create environments, , artifacts, services and systems in order to improve human activity.
Work, leisure time, art, sport, education and entertainment are all matters of our design. Our approach is of collaborative, creative and flexible work within interdisciplinary teams. DAC's human-centered design process involves careful observations of people; gathering insights from those observations and other creative perspectives; exploring and defining design opportunities; helping to define strategy; creating tangible design expressions; and communicating the essence of these ideas.
DAC students have strong visualization and prototyping skills in addition to being comfortable working within multidisciplinary teams. Finally the matter of interaction design is not the product, but the emerging human activity.