I’m excited to announce a new course I’ll be teaching this summer called “Advanced User Experience Design.” This course picks up from where LIS-643 Information Architecture and Interaction Design leaves off by going into greater depth about the core skills of UX design, including fundamentals of information and visual/communications design, advanced wireframing techniques and user journey mapping, and mobile/responsive design. The course will feature a blend of discussion, lectures, and hands-on projects, with the ultimate goal of giving students projects to include in their UX/IA portfolios.
Please note that this is an advanced topics course, which means it is only open to students who have completed LIS-643 or who have relevant background or experience in the area.
The full course description and a preliminary syllabus are available on my website at http://www.craigmacdonald.com/teaching-2/lis-646-advanced-ux-design/.
What: Advanced User Experience Design (LIS-697-02)
When: Mondays/Thursdays, 6:30-9:20p, May 28-July 16
Where: Room 609
Pre-requisites: LIS-643 (or permission of the instructor)
If you have any questions about this course, please contact me.