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
Question Types: Objective type, short answer type, problem solving type and design based questions.
Students will be admitted on the basis of their overall performance in the following:
The written exam will typically consist of two parts: