Im looking for some help and opinions from current and former college design majors. Im a Biomedical Engineering major but recently I have lost the enthusiasm I used to have for math and science. Ive been entertaining the possibility of switching majors and studying design. There are a couple of problems with this and Id like your opinions and experience on the matter. The university I attend currently has an excellent science curriculum but it seems to be lacking (or at least isnt nationally recognized) when it comes to its art and design programs. If I decide to switch majors it would probably involve transferring to a school with a more established design school. Ive heard that the application process for the design school I would be interested in is quite rigorous. I have some friends at the school who I have discussed the application process with. The problem is that they were already planning on being art majors in high school and took classes accordingly. I did not take any true art classes in high school, and I have never had any formal schooling in any design principles. Does this put me at a real disadvantage when applying? Ive always been good at using computers so a few summers ago I took some time and learned basic html and played around with photoshop hoping that I could maybe make a little bit of extra money from doing webdesign for friends and family (mostly pity money I think ) Anyway, Ive moved on to doing real sites. I think that I have a reasonable sense of design but Im not really sure. Thats why Im posting this. Could you guys look at a few of these and tell me what you think? I firmly believe that you are born with a sense of design and its not something that easily developed. Do I have the potential to succeed in a design field? Do I even have a chance of getting into design school? Thanks for your help. This is just a bunch of some of my more recent stuff. The ambrosia farm site was my first real site. I just included that so you guys could see my progression (or lack there of). All of the sites were completely hand coded and the photographs used in them and all the photo-shopping was done by me. EDIT: Looks like you can only attache 5 images at a time... the rest are in the next post.