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Natt Phenjati ’10
Our EMAC graduates have careers across the spectrum in multimedia design. The interdisciplinary curriculum provides a strong background in communication, art, design, music, and technology that prepares them for creative positions in
- major animation studios
- video, music, and entertainment industries
- graphic design and website/mobile design companies
- advertising and marketing firms
Some graduates start their own companies and do independent consulting. The possibilities are endless!
Below is a list of some of our graduates. Click on their names to see what they're doing now and how EMAC helped them achieve their professional goals.
Natt Phenjati ’10
Web and Prototype Developer, Intellidemia
EMAC allowed me to explore a variety of fields and trained me to be a well-rounded person. Right after graduation, I worked in a start-up company, where my skills set is very valuable because I can work smoothly in cross-functional teams and act in many roles: marketer, artist, designer, web developer.
Upon graduation, I worked for a Web and Prototype Developer at Intellidemia, a start-up company in education technology.
- Create new website for Intellidemia which is much easier to navigate, is less "text-heavy," and better communicates the company's message
- Introduce a new theme of "Syllabus Geek" to the site which received compliments from the site's visitors
- Develop prototypes for new features of Intellidemia's core product called Concourse, an online syllabus management system
- Create a new interface for Concourse with a crisp and clear modern look to maximize screen space more efficiently than the old one