IMM 200 - UX Design
User experience (UX) design is a discipline concerned with all the elements that together make up the user interface, including layout, visual design, text, brand, sound and interaction. (Source: User Experience Professionals Association). This course introduces multi-device design strategies for navigation, screen layout, and interactive content. Learn how to apply interaction design principles to your apps and web sites to create experiences that are engaging, accessible and usable. Follow a user-centered design process for analyzing, planning, and designing user experiences. Map user needs to your proposed UX design solution with scenarios, storyboards and prototypes. Gain insight on how to incorporate accessibility into your design process to increase accessibility to all people, including those with disabilities.
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
Identify and apply an interactive design process model.
Design applications employing user-centered design techniques.
Analyze techniques for assuring compliance with accessibility guidelines.
Use rapid-prototyping tools to develop user interfaces that utilize interface design standards.
Apply visual principles such as layout, color, iconography, imagery and typography to maximize the UX experience.
Identify career paths, academic programs and training opportunities in the field of User Experience Design.
Lecture Hours: 3
Course Prerequisites: IMM 110 and IMM 120