Course

CGT 25600

Principles Of User Experience Design

Credit Hours: 3.00. This course introduces students to the process of user-centered design of computer systems humans interact with. Students learn how to draw upon principles of usability and user interface design rooted in human psychology and user research in order to conceptualize, prototype, and evaluate computer systems. Topics include processes such as user research, conceptual design, prototyping, and evaluation and concepts such as visual hierarchy, usability, information architecture, navigation, and more. The course is platform-independent and encourages students to experiment with new and emerging technologies. Typically offered Fall Spring Summer.

This course is offered by the Department of Computer Graphics Technology