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84910 Analogue and Digital UX

6cp; 1hpw (interactive lecture – weeks 1–10), 2hpw (studio)
Requisite(s): 84611 Integrated Product Design AND 84117 Product Design Communication B

Description

This subject provides students with an understanding of designing for User Experience (UX) in both analogue and digital mode, and an opportunity to critically examine the changing relationship between product and experience created by developments in UX. This study area provides students with technical skills to complement their knowledge of the subject, providing starting points for working with analogue and digital UX on complex projects. Through a study of case studies and practice-led design activities, students develop a process for integrating UX into their practice. UX in product design has evolved alongside the profession, incorporating participatory design through to the development of human–machine interfaces. This subject provides students with a sound knowledge of that continuum, and the tools and methods required to work within it.

Typical availability

Spring session, City campus


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