An examination of user-centered experience and its relationship to information architecture, interface design, and usability.
Course Focus: This course introduces students to the Ux design process. Students develop a project concept, then create standard Ux deliverables – market segments, Personas, User Stories, Customer Journeys, Interaction Diagrams, and Wireframe deliverables. They also conduct Ux testing with early-stage (paper) prototypes.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to:
Define user-centered experience design
- Describe the relationship between information architecture, interface design, and experience design
- Explain the role of usability in experience design
Apply principles of experience design
- Create user flow documentation
- Produce wireframes to communicate feedback loops
- Create interface systems for multi-platform delivery
Solve design problems with principles of experience design
- Combine principles of usability, information architecture, and interface design to create effective user experiences
Course Focus Competencies:
- Create a website embodying features of user experience research
- Understand the role of WPO in Ux
- Understanding the role of SEO in Ux
- Understand the relation of Sustainable Web Design and Ux
- Run user experience tests to confirm that the design matches expectations
- Iterate designs based on results in Ux testing.
Course Prerequisite(s): MM2203 Introduction to Web Design