The Queens College TechClub was created to provide students with real-world projects and experience. Most of the companies that students have the opportunity to work with are smaller businesses or start-ups. The majority of their current projects involve web development (i.e., creating layouts and various visual aspects of the website) and they are currently seeking at most two (2) designers to help in this process. However, as TechClub grows and obtains more projects the need of more members will arise. Designer students will work in collaboration with Queens College computer science students to create these projects from the ground up as a team for actual clients.
Established in 2007, Bluecadet is an Emmy Award-winning digital agency that creates world-class websites, mobile apps, interactive installations, and immersive environments. They collaborate with leading museums, cultural institutions, universities, and nonprofit organizations to educate, engage, and entertain.
Creative Tech Intern in NYC
Visual Design intern PHL or NYC
Full-time Web Developer in PHL
Design Apprentice in PHL
For anyone with a product idea who wants to develop it further and get credit for it, please check out Douglas Rushkoff’s class next Fall. See the information below:
Tech Development Lab
MDST 381 – undergrad
MDST 769 – masters
Fall 2017 – Wednesdays, 2p-4:50p.
In this studio course, digital pioneer Douglas Rushkoff will help participants bring their own technology concepts from the idea stage to full proposals and prototypes. Each week, guest industry experts will help students explore precedents and influences, choose platforms, develop user scenarios, determine market fit, write wireframes, evaluate social, economic, and environmental impact, prepare and rehearse proposals, build prototypes, and then participate in a live pitch before a panel of funders and technologists. Up to three projects will be invited to participate as members of QC’s new Technology Incubator.
This course is open to the entire college community: all majors, undergraduates, graduates, and faculty. Class size is limited to 15. Participation in this course is by instructor permission only.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a paragraph about your idea or the need you want to address, and one paragraph about yourself. Teams are welcome. If you’re a developer or coder, you can register without your own idea, and partner with another student during the semester.
Learn about the field of advertising and have fun while you work on creative briefs with mentors from top advertising agencies. It’s free, but you have to register as a participant.
The Creative Boot Camp was such a great success last year that our partnering agency, WUNDERMAN has invited us back! In its eighth consecutive year, our award-winning Creative Boot Camp New York will offer participants one of the most authentic experiences in boot camp history by being immersed in a creative agency environment. Global Chief Creative Officer, Lincoln Bjorkman and President, Jamie Gallo, will welcome the participants with inspiring insights aimed to help them succeed in our industry.
Job posting: https://jobs.lever.co/thedodo.com/b8a7d839-0130-4f24-848f-a4b92e483576
Prerequisites: ARTS 214 – Web Design 1
Instructor: Danne Woo
Day/Time: Thursday, 2:00PM – 5:50PM
Class Website: webtwo.dannewoo.com
This is an introductory course on the culture, theory, and design of games. In this course, students will work in teams to create several games and write game design documentation. Through the playing and analysis of games, lectures, assigned readings and process blogs, students will develop a foundation in game design that will be applicable to other interactive experiences. This will count as a lower level elective for Design majors.
Instructor: Amelia Marzec
Day and Time: Mondays from 1:40-5:30PM