Course Detail

20/FA IXD-605-A

Instructor: Carpenter-Crawford
Credits: 3   Instruction Method: HYB
Status: OPEN

This course will introduce the fundamental concepts, methods and practices of interface design. Students will put into practice the processes of interface design development, the role of design leadership in that process and the technical aspects of creating an effective interaction experience. Students will work both individually and in teams to explore the User Interface (UI) development process and communicate their ideas through a narrative. Due to the complexity and length of the process, finished interfaces will not be produced. Instead, students will participate in a series of design exercises that will orient them to the process and the resources they will need to further pursue UI design. Students will participate in group discussions, critiques and presentations.

Start Date: 2020-08-31 End Date: 2020-12-12
Meeting in: T
Room: 707
Days: M
Start Time: 7:15 PM
End Time: 10:00 PM