User Design Experience (Fall 2014)

Interactive Design and Marketing Online

Have you ever used a website or app that makes it hard to do what you want? This class explores the UX Design process and leverages it to bridge the gap between functionality and aesthetics, creating a better experience for your users.

Guided by user-centered design processes, students will design visual and experiential systems for web and mobile apps that are shaped by such things as: stakeholder interviews, requirements gathering, usability testing, and competitor benchmarking.

In the process, visuals such as user environment diagrams, customer experience maps, user scenarios, personas, wireframing, and prototypes will be developed to communicate and generate ideas. / Open to students ages 18 and above.

Prerequisite Class: Web Design: Principles.

Required Textbook: Designing for the Digital Age, Goodwin (ISBN: 0470229101). 

Strongly Suggested Software: Balsamiq.

Online Learning classes are not eligible for the early registration or multiple class discounts.

MCAD also offers a Post-Baccalaureate Interactive Design and Marketing geared towards busy working professionals who are looking to enter the design field. Learn more today.

Questions?

Contact MCAD Continuing Education at continuing_education@mcad.edu or call 612.874.3765.
 

Course Details

Course Number: IDM 6760
Dates: Sep. 2 – Dec. 19
Days: 
Online - Asynchronous
Time: 
Online - Asynchronous
Instructor:
Lizzie Wortham
Room:
Online - Asynchronous
Non-Credit Tuition: $1140.00
3 Credit Tuition: $2328.00

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