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ART 326 - User Interface Design
User Interface & Interaction Design
Prerequisites: ART 203 and Portfolio or Permission of Instructor

This course will examine the conceptual and practical design of interface and interaction. It follows a human-centered design process that includes research, concept generation, prototyping, refinement and evaluation. Through learning the key theories, concepts, methods and practices of interactionl design, students will explore the processes of interface deisgn development, the role of design leadership and the technical aspects of creating an effective interactive experience. Students will develop specific skills such as designing navigational systems, storyboarding, wire framing, digital prototyping, etc.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Other hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Studio (3 Hours)

Art and Art History Department

Course Attributes:
NewMedia Visual Arts Conc

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