What was something you learned about your industry that you did not know before the start of the class?
I hate to say it, but being that I have worked in the industry for the past 10 or so years as a hobby basically; there wasn't anything new that I learned about it.
Did this course help you confirm your decision to pursue your degree?
No. As I've said, I've been working in the industry for a while and it's something I truly want to do, not something that's still "up in the air"
What is one assignment that you really thought was helpful or that your really learned something useful?
I really enjoyed 2.0 Professional Spotlight. Listening to other designers piqued my interest and reignited my fire for design. They even gave me a few tips and tricks I'd never thought to do.
What is one thing you would add to this course?
The one thing I would add to the class is more industry spacific content. Throught out the entire class I felt as if I was just going through the motions. Sure my creativity was used to the fullest and I loved that, but otherwise I don't see where there was any true industry spacific material.
What is something you did not find useful or would remove from the course?
As I've said, there wasn't much industry spacific content and I would definately change that. On the other hand there was ample room in this class for massive creativity and I love that. So, if we could keep the creativity with the change, course content is what I would change.