DGT372: Interactive Media Design and Usability

Credits 4
Course Length
4 weeks
The Interactive Media Design and Usability course introduces students to the tools and concepts of user-interface (UI) design combined with a method of project development that utilizes an industry-proven production process. The course explores both behavioral and structural patterns of UI design along with information architecture (IA) for interactive deployment, user navigation techniques, and page layout for the interactive medium. Students will gain an extensive knowledge of usability patterns and production methodologies as they implement project documentation for the milestones of a user-interface design.

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