XR Design Open House
XR Design Open House
Are you a designer looking to transition into an XR design career? Or are you excited about UX/UI principles in immersive environments in general?
Join the Circuit Stream XR Design Open House!
We are going into detail about the 10-week Interaction Design and Prototyping for XR course and showing you exactly what students are learning and producing. Whether you are a designer looking to transition and adapt skills for the XR and Metaverse medium or you're starting as a beginner, this free and live webinar will provide you with the answers and information on how to enter the exciting world of XR design.
We are also going to be joined by Diana Olynick - one of our design alumni and Shapes XR's Head of Community Gabriele Romagnoli. Shapes XR is one of the most popular and exciting design apps used for prototyping and designing in XR.
Join us live and online Thursday, November 10th @ 10 am PT to learn how you can get started designing XR experiences and acquire the skills needed to succeed in the industry.
This free presentation will start promptly at the scheduled time, and will run for roughly 45 minutes, followed by a 15-minute Q&A session.
Bring your design friends!
Business Development Representative
XR Design Alumni and Student Ambassador
Head of Community @ Shapes XR
What you will learn:
- Details about the 10-week certified Interaction Design and Prototyping for XR course
- First hand course student experience from the XR podcaster and student ambassador Diana Olynick
- Career opportunities and the future of MR from design standpoint from Shapes XR Head of Community Gabriele Romagnoli
- Live questions and answers about Circuit Stream's courses during the Q&A sessionAbout Circuit Stream
Circuit Stream offers a full platform of XR training and learning services to help you master immersive technology. Established in 2015, the company has helped over 40,000 people learn to design, develop and launch immersive experiences. Organizations including Apple, Nike, Microsoft, Autodesk, VMware, Lockheed Martin, the US Navy, Verizon, Walmart, the MIT Media Lab, the University of California Davis, New York University, and many more, rely on Circuit Stream to learn how to create XR applications.