If you also have an interest in either Art or Product Design, I would suggest UI/UX Designer (User Interface / User Experience), or a focus on HCI (Human Computer Interaction).
Both of these fields revolve around understanding how humans take in information, interact with the world around them, and how to streamline those processes.
A few examples:
-Designing a Social Media Feed to show useful information and gain attention for items relevant to the user. This could include changing the size of pictures based on relevancy, determining the colors and sizes of buttons, etc. This requires a deep understanding on how humans read and scan images, how they are likely to repsond to different shapes and colors, and how to minimize friction in getting users to click, without creating accidental clicks.
-Just look at Apple. A huge contributor to their success is the hard focus on ensuring that all user interactions feel "easy" and intuitive. If you sit someone in front of a device that has never used it before, they should be able to use it without asking questions or getting confused/frustrated.
-Designing the actual layout of buttons on a new device, such as a smart watch. How many buttons? What material? What angle? How many buttons give users a feeling of mastery vs confusion? How hard should it be to press to make the interaction feel important, while not being impractical for long term use? All of these things matter, and require knowledge of how humans respond.
All of this work can be incredibly rewarding. One interesting feature is that the best design work is one that no on notices, because everything just feels so natural.