In Conestoga’s Interactive Media Management – Interaction Design program, students will pull back the curtain on digital interactions and create solutions to solve modern challenges. Situated in Canada’s tech hub, this one-year graduate certificate program provides students with the opportunity to build a toolkit of practical user interface design skills and knowledge applicable to a wide range of business challenges – from supporting brand loyalty to increasing accessibility to boosting profits. Integrating the look, feel, and human experience of digital and physical products, students will learn how to create, analyze, evaluate, and simplify digital interactions for technologies such as websites, apps, wearables, smart products and AR/VR. Working individually and in teams in project-based experiential learning environments, students will combine the practices of visual design with research, writing, ethics, business, and IT elements to present evidence-based and human centered design solutions. To set students up for success, faculty with direct industry experience offer guidance as they build a portfolio of original work, and a field placement opportunity gives them the chance to directly apply their skills in the workplace.