INTRODUCTION TO USER EXPERIENCE (UX), USER INTERFACE (UI) AND INTERACTION DESIGN
- Module code: CS280
- Credits: 5
- Semester: 2
- Department: COMPUTER SCIENCE
This course presents an introductory overview of the theory and practice of User Experience (UX), User Interface (UI) and Interaction Design. The module considers design, development and evaluation of interactive sites and apps as highly iterative and connected processes. It takes a user-centred perspective, rather than a system-centred one. Central themes include: (i) understanding human interaction, (ii) the relationships between UX and UI design, (iii) the importance of user involvement and testing of designs, and (iv) iterative development of low and high fidelity interactive prototypes suitable for testing. The course examines bridging the gap between the needs and requirements of human users and the capabilities and limitations of technology.
On successful completion of the module, students should be able to:
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