Interactive Technology designers develop multimedia Web graphics and animation for electronic devices and user interfaces. They're often employed by advertising, publishing, and design firms. Interactive Technology students design and create visual graphics that allow for user participation on various electronic media, such as websites and cell phone applications. Students determine clients' needs and identify what the designs should communicate. They select and/or create the visual elements, such as size, artwork, images, and construct the designs using layout software. They then present the final designs to the clients or directors for approval.
The student will:
- Integrate Edison's Core Values into every aspect of the program.
- Incorporate Edison's General Education Outcomes into every aspect of the program.
- Evaluate and analyze problems and apply the tools of logical problem solving.
- Demonstrate basic computer skills in areas such as applications, operating systems, and programming.
- Support new technology and demonstrate sufficient knowledge to adapt to this technology.
- Recognize and understand data communication and its relationship to solve business related technological problems and issues.
- Apply programming, database, operating systems, virtual machine concepts, security, and business application skills to troubleshoot and solve information technology problems specific to degree option.
- Demonstrate ability to research, select, use and troubleshoot hardware, software, and network connections appropriate to degree option.