INTD 316 SU91: UX Sketch, Prototype, Test II

This interdisciplinary studio will engage students in the topics and processes of interaction design. Projects will be developed in depth, allowing students to develop their collaboration and design skills while integrating all phases of the design process. Students learn how to respond contextually to user needs for interactive devices, systems, and services. Through a process-driven, participatory methodology students learn how to engage people at the front end of the design process; to apply observation techniques to the understanding of human interactions, and to develop iterative conceptual models and prototypes through testing and assessment strategies in order to develop meaningful human interactions.


Completion of 51 credits

Course outline
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TERM 1 & 2. ONLINE course. IMPORTANT NOTE: No classes running during Summer Break Week, June 28 to July 03.
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Date / Time Days Room Building
May 11-Aug 21