It’s been a little over a year since I began my journey at IU in its MS HCI (Human Computer Interaction) program and it has been an incredible experience.

While this year is very different to my first year in the program(our entire semester is now virtual due to the pandemic), it’s still been a blast. With that in mind, I would love to share some of my favorite memories and highlights from being in the program with everyone.

I hope this post gives you a little insight into what life as a HCI/d student is like at IU if you are considering pursuing a HCI degree! …


Hear about why we chose Indiana University and our favorite memories

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Indiana University Sample Gates

Hello and welcome to Indiana University’s Visitor Information Center!

We know how stressful, intimidating, and confusing thinking about colleges can be. It probably feels like there’s a bajillion things to think about — from choosing where to go to school, what major to pursue, where to live, etc.

That’s where we can help! Our job at the visitor center is to provide answers and help you learn more about IU and the Bloomington community. …


How I got LinkedIn without any experience

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Credit: Nata Schepy

Landing a design internship, or even a new grad role for that matter, today is incredibly competitive. There is an increasing amount of amazingly talented students in the market today competing for a limited number of positions. This means students have to work a lot harder, smarter, and earlier to secure a design internship… and even harder to land a spot at a top tier company. With that being said, I’d like to share what I think worked for me.

In the Summer of 2020, I landed my dream internship at LinkedIn as a UX Design Intern without any experience. Along with LinkedIn, I also managed to land offers from Shipt and Motorola Solutions. Honestly, I constantly wonder how I managed to land a LinkedIn internship without any experience. …

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User Experience Design Intern @ LinkedIn

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