Spring 2022

I 310U Introduction to User Experience Design


02:00 PM - 03:00 PM  WEB

Hybrid instruction. Class will meet synchronously online on Monday and Wednesday; and in-person on Friday.

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This course introduces students to foundational knowledge, methods, and skills for designing human-centered user experience (UX) around interactive systems. Students will become familiar with user research, concept generation, design methods, and user evaluation. In addition, students will also learn how to collaborate in a team setting, communicate design rationales, and present compelling narratives about their work. The class will be structured with lectures, hands-on design activities such as design critiques, projects, and presentations.


Jacek Gwizdka and Yung-Sheng Chang teach the same section of this class.


Credit or registration for Informatics 301.


Restricted to undergraduate Informatics/Information Studies degree seekers.