The term interaction design was first coined by Bill Moggridge and Bill Verplank in the mid-1980s. It would be another 10 years before other designers rediscovered the term and started using it. To Verplank, it was an adaptation of the computer science term user interface design to the industrial design profession. To Moggridge, it was an improvement over soft-face, which he had coined in 1984 to refer to the application of industrial design to products containing software
After successful completion of Diploma is User Experience, candidates may be placed as UX Trainees in UXReactor (a division of SoCtronics). The candidate’s specialization will be based on the interest and aptitude shown during the training period. As the candidate gains experience, the candidate may move into other domains based on the candidate’s expertise and available opportunities at that time. The first batch is currently running, so we cannot offer placement statistics. However, we anticipate that ALL of the passing students will be absorbed into UXReactor.
A detailed description of the job roles is available here