Interaction Designers are the amongst the most sought-after professionals on the market - and this demand is not likely to diminish in the years to come. Hence, the purpose of MAInD programme is to train skilled professionals qualified for a wide range of professions and who play a key role within the most innovative industrial and design fields.
This week we interviewed Zhong Junzheng, who attendend our programme in 17/18, and asked him a few questions about his professional experience as Interaction Designer.
Where are you currently working?
I'm working in Shanghai at Isar User Interface Design Company, where I focus on designing UX in apps specifically for banks.
How did the MAInD program help you become a professional Interaction Designer?
The MAInD program gave me the chance to acquire knowledge and skills about both design and technology - especially user experience design, which I largely deal with in my job. I was particularly satisfied with my thesis project, which eventually also allowed me to get a good job. The expertise about technology which I acquired thanks to the program allowed me to gain different perspectives in order to solve problems in my tasks.
What is the key lesson you learnt from our program which stil accompanies you in your professional career?
I believe that module with Frog Design deeply allowed me to gain solid knowledge of UX design.
Which project of yours did you enjoy and inspire you the most?
My thesis project is the part of the course which I enjoyed the most; my tutor and professors helped me a lot develop my skills and deepen my knowledge about design.
Photo credits: Plamera by Zhong Junzheng