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CAS2 - Designing Advanced Artifacts

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3.715 € IVA inc.

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CHF 4.000

Descripción

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    Taller intensivo

  • Metodología

    Online

  • Duración

    3 Meses

Descripción

Are you passionate about design? Do you want to boost your career in new different ways?
Emagsiter presents to you the CAS2 - Designing Advanced Artifacts course endorsed by Master Of Advanced Studies in Interaction Design - SUPSI.

With this module, participants will investigate the co-relation between the human being and the development of new kinds of objects.
In order to achieve this objective, students will be challenged to create experiences with connected devices, programmed applications and Machine Learning based solutions.

This programme is aimed at design students with strong interests in design and technology, who have a background in graphic and visual design and who feel motivated to innovate with their designs.

In this course, you will acquire skills in Services, Design, Web design, Programming, Prototyping, Interaction design, Physical Computing, User Experience Design and more!

Define your career today! Contact SUPSI through Emagister.com for more information about this course!

Instalaciones y fechas

Ubicación

Inicio

Online

Inicio

23 nov 2020Plazas agotadas

A tener en cuenta

The courses of this module teach students to design digital products that feature new interactions modalities. Students also learn to shape the world of the near future by delivering innovative solutions that meet real people and needs.

This module is addressed to students with a creative talent combined with a strong interest in design and technology. Students with a background in graphic and visual design, industrial design, interior architecture, architecture and engineering, and computer science are eligible for the module. Also profiles that are highly multidisciplinary, versatile and very motivated as well as makers and innovators with a background in communication sciences and business are welcome to apply.

The master is held in English. Therefore a good knowledge of the language is necessary.

Certificate of Advanced Studies (18 ECTS)

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Materias

  • BUSINESS
  • Services
  • Design
  • Web design
  • Programming
  • Prototyping
  • Interaction design
  • Physical Computing
  • User Experience Design
  • Environments
  • Prototyping Micro Interactions
  • Human Centred Design
  • Concept Developent
  • Physical objects

Profesores

Andreas Gysin

Andreas Gysin

Interaction Designer and lecturer

Lorenzo Romagnoli

Lorenzo Romagnoli

Interaction Designer

Matteo Loglio

Matteo Loglio

Interaction Designer

Temario

2.1 Machine Learning for Designers
The acceleration of processing power, large amounts of data, the release of open-source frameworks, and research papers are only a few factors that contributed to making artificial intelligence one of the most hyped and interesting trends of the last few years. Machine learning is watching over the devices we use every day, it listens and records our actions, learns our behaviors, and predicts our intentions. There are many branches of AI where designers could have a great impact. So far the most obvious applications are conversational design, voice interfaces, and natural language, but we are starting to move into more experimental directions. This course provides an introduction to artificial intelligence and relative creative applications. Participants will learn how to include AI in their projects, and to experiment with some simple tools created for artists and designers.

2.2 Designing Advanced Artifacts
The rise of smart machines and new media ecology is digital transformation driver that will have an impact on the future of education, production, innovation, and work. These drivers can be compensated with the development of fundamental skills such as sense-making, computational and adaptive thinking, and social intelligence. In this landscape, toys could play a pivotal role in addressing the development of relevant skill-set in kids and young people.

This course is devoted to the design of next-generation toys, namely artifacts that are smart, connected, interactive and that can train the next generation's brains through play and fun.

The course will engage students in a design process that is structured as a professional journey: a series of lectures will introduce to the main design challenge and to the methods and techniques to create and quickly release a design deliverable. From the ideation to the final pitch to a client, the objective is to experience and experiment with a creative-driven process to deliver projects of next generations' toys.

2.3 Programming Interactive Objects
What is an interactive system? What is the “goal” of an interactive system? What is the role of the user in such systems? The main activity of the course is a guided experimentation with code finalised to a specific assignment. Through a practical approach with a strong focus on code, the students will try to find answers to these questions by programming a complete application.

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CAS2 - Designing Advanced Artifacts

3.715 € IVA inc.

*Precio Orientativo

Importe original en CHF:

CHF 4.000