Interaction design: Process and method 7.5 hp

Spring 2024
Part-time 50%, Day
No obligatory attendance

It is a practice-based course where you have the opportunity to develop theoretical and practical skills with a focus on the user experience of interaction with digital interfaces.

During the course, you will learn methods and tools for designing, testing, and evaluating digital products, services, and systems. In particular, this involves setting up and implementing a user-centred design process for interactive products and services, including sketching ideas and creating prototypes.

The course is organised as a series of lectures, seminars, and exercises as well as a larger project work in groups.

The course is taught in English.

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