Interaction Designers

A designer is a person who designs things; this can also include creating prototypes, as well as real life examples. Designing something isn’t an easy thing to do, it takes a lot of time and effort to create something really good looking and unique. A designer is a person who take concepts, makes drawings and then designs them into something. Most designers start out as artists and then specialize in a certain area. For example, if you want to become a web designer then you would become a web developer, an interior designer would become an art director, etc.


A designer job description will always include the ability to think outside of the box and being able to use several different types of communication mediums. A designer is not a blacksmith or a carpenter, it’s not an artist or a writer or even a nurse. Designers are in charge of thinking of ways to make something from raw materials and turning them into something useful. Designers are in charge of the entire production and they are responsible for figuring out how to get the finished product out on the market.

A designer might also be responsible for doing research and coming up with ideas. Some designers may be asked to come up with concept views and layouts for new products and revolutionary concepts that have never been thought of before. A designer might also be asked to develop new methods of interaction for products and new ways to process data and images so that the information produced is useful and effective in the end. Designers don’t just take ideas; they analyze them, they analyze the consumer reaction to those ideas and then they translate their findings into new ideas that people can use. Designers play an important role in helping to shape the future of human interaction. They are responsible for the visual aspects of interaction and they play an important role in everything that we do on a daily basis.