If you aim to work for a smaller design studio or in the creative manufacturing industry, this minor programme is just the thing for you to bring your design knowledge up to date.
The minor deals with issues that are especially relevant if you want to work in a small setting such as a design studio or a manufacturing company. We deal with issues such as: visuals, design and user participation, cradle-to-cradle, semantics, software/hardware design, design experiments materials and techniques, design research, project structural form definition, start your career, service design, serious gaming, projects for real clients.
Do you plan to develop your design skills and become familiar with the latest practices in design, such as interactive consumer design, service design and the cradle-to-cradle approach? This minor programme will help you bring your design knowledge up to date.
Together with the forms you have to send in a portfolio of your design work. The portfolio can be digital or hard copy. It will be used to assess your skills. Based on this assessment you will be given advice on whether or not to choose this minor programme.
As an international exchange student at Windesheim, you will get study credits that may count towards the qualification you are studying for back home. So studying at Windesheim doesn’t have to mean extending your overall study time. You will make a ‘learning agreement’ covering your stay.