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Hi! First time posting here. I applied to SVA’s IXD, Pratt’s IED (Information Experience Design), and Parsons’ DT (Design and Techonology) programs for the upcoming fall 2020 semester. I’m still waiting for the decision from SVA, got waitlisted at Parsons, and got accepted at Pratt with no scholarship. Is anyone still waiting for SVA? I know the april 15 deadline is coming up and I feel like I might not get a decision email by them.. I wasn’t able to get a decision letter on March 16 since I didn’t deliver all my materials before Jan 15. Even so.. do you think I will still get a decision before the deadline? I also got accepted at Pratt’s IED program but I’ve read alot of negative reviews about them. Does anyone have experience or thoughts they could share about the program? How is the job outlook after graduating? Is the program really research heavy? (Because I do want to be able to have more hands on experience with design.) How are the courses? And lastly, I got waitlisted at Parsons. Which probably means I won’t get accepted even if I stay on the waitlist. If I don’t get accepted from SVA, should I choose Pratt? I do want to study in the UX/UI field, but I do want more hands on creative experience. So, not sure if Pratt is the right choice for me. Just curious to know what you all think of my situation.
Hi all! Starting this thread for folks who applied to the MS in Information Experience Design (IXD) at Pratt for 2020 admissions. Goal is to keep track of when folks start hearing back about admissions and scholarship. I submitted my application in November 2019 and sat in on a course in May 2019. Excited about the prospect of the Research track -- not a designer here.
hi everyone so I applied to Pratt's IXD program but wanted to learn more details while I wait for a response. for those of you currently studying it / alumni: How much has it prepared you for a career in UX? What did it lack? Is it mostly design or more scientific? (i.e. are you working with programs like Axure and Sketch, or other things) has pratt given you good industry connections? i don't have a background in ux, but I've done light web design and coding. I know UX would be a lot more involved, but I'm drawn to it. i'm open to hearing anything else you want to share about the program thanks!
Has anyone else applied to/heard back from Pratt's new IXD program?