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Sinclair College

VIS 1320 User Experience/User Interface

The course will explore fundamental concepts in human-computer interaction (HCI) theory and usability and learn about various cutting-edge technologies to measure digital media environment design effectiveness. The coursework will allow students to learn to pay specific attention to user expectations and how they drive user behavior. The course's primary outcome is the design and management of usability study, then reporting that study's results.

Division: Liberal Arts, Communication and Social Sciences
Department: Design
Repeatable Credit: Yes
Offered Online: No

Prereqs: VIS 1140 

Outcomes

  • Design and manage and report a usability study.
  • Explore and discuss important concepts in human-computer interaction (HCI) theory and usability.
  • Discuss and explore leading-edge technologies used to measure the effectiveness of digital media environment design.
  • Learn to create customer journey mapping, wireframes and prototyping.
  • Learn UX research methods and analyze user expectations and how they drive user behavior.

Credit Hours: 3

Classroom Hours: 3