IT&C 255

User Experience Design

Electrical and Computer Engineering Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering

Course Description

User experience design techniques and best practices including requirements analysis, usability studies, prototyping methods, evaluation techniques, and cognitive, social, and emotional theories.

When Taught

Fall and Winter

Min

3

Fixed

3

Fixed

2

Fixed

4

Title

Empathetic understanding of users

Learning Outcome

Explain the significance and benefits of an empathetic understanding of users in systems design

Title

Users and environments

Learning Outcome

Analyze users and their environments for the purpose of designing to meet their needs

Title

Teamwork

Learning Outcome

Work effectively with a team on a significant project

Title

Design and implement UIs

Learning Outcome

Design and build user interfaces in an iterative prototyping process

Title

HCI best practices in diverse fields

Learning Outcome

Describe and analyze user interfaces for best-practice user interface approaches, including diverse form factors and accessibility issues

Title

Analyze the user experience

Learning Outcome

Describe and analyze cognitive, social and cultural aspects of the user experience. Incorporate these into new user interface designs

Title

Professional Communication

Learning Outcome

Create and present a professional presentation including appropriate visuals and videos