Before completing my Master in Interactive Design degree, I took a Bachelor of Architecture degree. I am glad that I went to Architecture school! It not only gave me the aesthetic sense of design, but also it taught me so much on human-centered problem-solving that I can still relate in the field of UX and product design. In a bigger picture, architecture is, in fact, very much about UX. It is about the user experience of the physical world that deals with some of the primitive needs of human kind and even the other creatures.