USER INTERFACE DESIGN
Whether with web pages, mobile and web applications, computer-based instructional material or digital design in general, developers need the ability to construct within established and proven usability and design principles in order to develop effectively. In this course, in addition to learning usability fundamentals including learnability, visibility, error prevention, efficiency and solid interface design, students will also learn how to use associated prototyping tools to create both low-fidelity and high fidelity prototypes. In addition, students will learn techniques for evaluating and conducting empirical research on the effectiveness of their user interface designs through predictive evaluation, usability testing, and focus groups.
This course is currently not associated with any programs.