Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design

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Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design
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Established2007
Location,
Websiteciid.dk

The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design (CIID) is a postgraduate school and consultancy based in Copenhagen, Denmark which focuses on the area of interaction design.

History[edit]

The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design was launched in 2007[1] and in 2008, completed its Pilot Year programme in an attempt to establish a full-time Masters course in the field.[2] The Pilot Year was awarded financial funding by The Enterprise and Construction Authority (EBST), the Danish Ministry of Culture, Novo Nordisk and the JL Foundation.[3]

Description[edit]

The Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design is based in the center of Copenhagen. The school and its postgraduate Interaction Design Programme are in collaboration with Design School Kolding. The course is headed by Simona Maschi, and its board and faculty include people such as Gillian Crampton-Smith and Bill Verplank.

The business side of CIID undertakes consultancy and research in the fields of education, interaction design, product design and service design for global clients.

As part of its expansion, the CIID offers summer school in Costa Rica.

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Coordinates: 55°40′57″N 12°35′36″E / 55.6825°N 12.5932°E / 55.6825; 12.5932