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Perhaps more than other students, Interactive Media Design majors, who are skilled in using technology to create digital forms, were prepared to present their “All Possible Futures” capstone projects via teleconference.
The best bargain on arts tickets for teens in the Seattle area just got better. A team led by University of Washington Bothell students developed an iOS app for TeenTix, the nonprofit that makes $5 day-of-show tickets available to teens.
Interning is a typical step for a graduating student to start a career. But what if you interview for an internship and the company says, “We want you for a full-time position instead.” That happened to two University of Washington Bothell students graduating this spring with degrees in interactive media design.
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