Every year, our graduates find themselves shaping the future of design for interactions at consultancies and tech firms, and in a growing number of industries driven to leverage the power of design thinking. Not only do our graduates find employment quickly, they find themselves as the most sought after candidates in the Design field.
2016 Employers and Job Titles
|American Eagle||Associate Digital Designer||Pittsburgh||PA|
|George Nakashima||Design Intern||New Hope||PA|
|Isaora||Design & Production Intern||New York||NY|
|Opower||UX Design Intern||San Francisco||CA|
|UENO||Product Designer||San Francisco||CA|
|Work & Co||Designer||New York||NY|
|Apple||UI Designer & Prototyper||Cupertino||CA|
|Capital One||Design Associate||Chicago||IL|
|Capital One||Design Associate||San Francisco||CA|
|Capital One||Digital Designer||Tyson's Corner||VA|
|Associate User Experience Designer||Mountain View||CA|
|Microsoft||User Experience Designer||Seattle||WA|
|Palantir Technologies||Product Designer|
|R/GA||Associate Experience Designer||New York||NY|
|Thermo Fisher Scientific||User Research Architect||Pittsburgh||PA|
|Uber||Development Vehicle Operator||Pittsburgh||PA|
Employment by Geographic Region
*9 salaries reported. Salaries do not include internships, military, colunteer or those outside of the US.
**This report was finalized August 2016.
Source: Post-graduation data compiled from 74% of graduating Design undergraduate students. This includes students who graduated in August 2015, December 2015 & May 2016.
Note: All professional experiences are listed. Some recent graduates chose not to provide employer, job title, salary, and/or graduate school information in their response.