Interface Design

The computerisation of our product world presents all designers who are part of a product development with a new challenge: this is the design of the intuitive utility of software and hardware as functional-aesthetic units up to the design of pure software applications, for many products have been already ‘dematerialised”, they essentially comprise audio-visual information. Interface Design sees itself as a partnership discipline for constructive and technical design in the courses of Industrial Design and deals with the conception of operating sturctures of interactive (software) systems and technical serial production from the field of consumer and investment goods. Via the interdisciplinary structure of the Centre for Media at the Muthesuis, important synergies are created with the fields of study in Digital and Interactive media in the Communication Design programme, which should be actively used.


Prof. Frank Jacob
T 0431 / 5198 – 475, E