Students come from a wide range of backgrounds. While you may come directly from first-degree programmes across art and design, you may have also joined the programme with professional experience in industry, or from a background such as science, technology and the humanities.
Months of entry
Information Experience Design (IED) students design experiences to communicate information, creating installations and interventions using all senses, modes and media, including sound and moving image.
We approach social and technological systems critically and work across art and design. We’re grounded in theories and research methods from science and philosophy.
Creative practitioners today can no longer afford to be constrained by traditional specialisms and outdated definitions of art, design, science and technology. We take a post-digital and post-disciplinary approach, working across these areas to undertake advanced research and practice, using a wide range of media, materials and methods.
IED looks beyond the object, product and screen to content, context and concept; and beyond binary concepts such as human, artificial and natural, aiming for individual and societal transformation.
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- full time24 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
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