Job description

Usability engineer, (user system) interaction designer, interaction architect - these titles can be associated with the kind of skills one gets in the USI programme. The participants employ their design skills in different areas, depending on their educational background, the type of projects and the company they work for.

The skills and educational backgrounds of our students range from programming to physics, meteorology, metrology, telecommunications, to industrial design and various fields of psychology. The programme broadens the participants" skills and knowledge by providing training in such areas as programming, psychology (human perception and cognition), usability theory and methods of testing, statistics, multi-modal interaction and more (see curriculum for more details).