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User Experience (UX)-Interaction Design   

Generate effective user-centered designs for Web and software solutions through a variety of workshop-style sessions. 

Competencies:

  • Create a plan to guide the design of a solution 
  • Use ideation to generate viable design solutions 
  • Create a paper prototype 
  • Create a low-fidelity, digital prototype 
  • Create a design specification 
  • Create user scenarios from a set of goals and requirements 
  • Explain how to integrate User-Centered Design (UCD) phases into different project methodologies
 
Good design solves a problem, and great design solves a problem in a way that is not only effective, but also satisfying and efficient. This course will help you to generate effective user-centered designs for web and software solutions through a variety of workshop-style learning sessions. Students can expect to learn design ideation and sketching methodologies, practice giving and receiving design critiques, create wireframes and design specs, generate clickable/tappable prototypes that effectively express how your design functions, and learn about how to exercise these design practices in the real world.

Prerequisites:
  • User Experience Research is recommended but not required.

Students must have a Bellevue College NetID before the first class session. Please click here to create your NetID account.

 
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