Computer Science Program

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EXPANDED
CS 280
User Experience Design I

Design-driven businesses and products have a higher chance of succeeding while delivering usable and delightful products. This course focuses on using user-centered design strategies and methods to create highly effective, pleasurable, and usable products while meeting business goals and objectives. The course also exposes you to the multi-disciplinary nature of the user experience design practices, design thinking, and the steps you can take to create applications on various platforms, as well as state-of-the-art user-interfaces. The course includes wide range of methods and strategies that are utilized in overlapping phases from problem identification to implementation.

Students will work on individual and team assignments, have practice sessions and discussions as well as have a chance to create high-fidelity prototype(s).

Offered spring 2016

 

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Last Updated: 3/15/18