Innovative Interactivity has announced they will be putting on an Interactive Workshop to be held in May 2013.
This intensive, five day, project-based learning environment, taught by top professionals and University of North Carolina professors will teach both technical skills and how to design for an interactive user experience. Be inspired by the special presentations from professionals from NBC, The Washington Post and Digital First Media. Participants will be immersed in the languages, tools and concepts of interactive design all while on the beautiful campus of UNC Chapel Hill.
Each day students will produce publishable work that builds on each day’s concepts culminating in a large-scale interactive graphic project.
See full workshop details at http://innovativeinteractivity.com/workshops/.
The 2013 Interactive Designer Workshop will be held from Monday, May 13th to Friday, May 17th.
The workshop is sponsored by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and all sessions are taught in state-of-the-art labs in Carroll Hall on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Tuition is $1,475, which includes instruction with industry leaders, use of a dedicated Mac workstation, access to industry-standard software, lunch daily and the opening breakfast.
The workshop is limited to the first 20 participants. If the workshop is oversubscribed you can be placed on a waitlist.
Learn more and register at http://innovativeinteractivity.com/workshops/.
About Innovative Interactivity
Innovative Interactivity serves as an open forum for multimedia producers, interactive web designers, developers and new media professionals. Content focuses on the dynamics and theory of how people receive and react to different forms of information on the web, both through visual, multimedia storytelling and interactive information design.
The goal is that this blog will provide an outlet for those in the online realm, whether you are interested in learning about multimedia storytelling, interactive web development, programming languages, software tools, data visualization, or all of the above. Hopefully you will be inspired from what you read here to surpass your current standards in order to develop highly effective multimedia interactives for the digital community.
Learn more at innovativeinteractivity.com.