The Master in Information Design has a multidisciplinary approach that brings together visual design, data analysis and creative coding. Students will develop skillsets and mindsets to understand different cultural, social and economic contexts, translate complex information into engaging visual forms and narratives that are readable by different audiences, to support comprehensive communication strategies. Through a balance of theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience, the Master in Information Design provides fundamental data analysis competences and in-depth design skills that allow students to tackle complex scenarios, from the assessment of communication needs, to the proposal and prototyping of design solutions.

Career Opportunities:

Graduates from the Master in Information Design may seek employment at established firms, such as corporations, business and communication consultancies, service companies, design studios, as well as NGO’s government agencies, research institutions, or start their own consulting business. Graduates can occupy a position in digital design, data and information visualization, interface and user experience design, information design, wayfinding, visual design.


* Image Credits: ACCURAT, The Life Cycle of Ideas, published on Popular Science, May 2014, Volume 284 No.5.