Interfaces, spaces and connected objects
This Master aims to train Interaction Designers, who design and create digital products or services, which are intended to interact with their users. This dialogue is embedded in the interfaces. These interfaces can be tangible or virtual. The Interaction Designer explores the possibilities offered by virtual and augmented reality. Whatever the interface may be, humans are at the heart of the practices and projects. While graphic designers generally make up a large number of the students in this course, it is also related to the professions of product designers and space designers. Interactive design equally applies to human objects and environments. The fields of application in Interactive Design are very diverse: health; dependency and disability; education and culture; mobility; sport; energy challenges and sustainable development; clothing; trade and others. Partnerships with large companies and young innovative start-ups, as well as participation in Hackathons and start-up weekends, have the goal of integrating designers into the entrepreneurial ecosystem, particularly in digital technology. The Master's is recognised as Level 7 (equivalent to a Master's Degree) in the French National Committee of Professional Certification (RNCP), according to the ministerial decree of January 20, 2014, published in the Official Journal on January 30, 2014. La participation à des Hackathons, start-up week-end, en partenariat avec de grandes entreprises comme de jeunes start-up innovantes vise l’intégration dans l’écosystème entrepreneurial particulier du digital. Le Mastère est enregistré au niveau 7 (équivalent bac +5) du Répertoire National des Certifications Professionnelles (RNCP) selon arrêté ministériel du 20 janvier 2014 publié au JO du 30 janvier 2014.