Fall 2021

INF 385T.10 Special Topics in Information Science: Interaction Design

Unique ID: 28874


06:30 PM - 09:30 PM  UTA 1.210A

* first three class meetings will be held online via Zoom.

In Person


Introduction to the design and production of useful and elegant interactive experiences, including iterative design, prototyping, and user testing.


This team oriented project course will explore several issues surrounding the design and production of usable and elegant interactive experiences. Students will be introduced to topics including the iterative design process, physical and digital prototyping, and user testing.

No formal programming experience is necessary or expected as students are encouraged to leverage existing skills to develop visualizations and prototypes. For projects in the digital domain, experience with Flash,HTML5, Axure, InVision or the like is helpful, but a well-executed, interactive Powerpoint will suffice.


Graduate standing.


Registration priority given to iSchool students. Additional seats may open up for outside students in a later registration period.