UI | UX | Usability | Design Thinking

Overview

“Human-Computer Interaction is a discipline concerned with the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and with the study of major phenomena surrounding them.”

Design Thinking

UX/UI

Usability

Real Projects,
Real Jobs

Our graduates will be qualified for many different roles, including:

UI Designer
UX Designer
UX Researcher
Product Designer
Interaction Designer
Web Designer

Who Should Take This Course?

UX designers who want to gain in-depth theoretical knowledge to augment their experience
Newcomers to design who are considering making a switch to HCI or UX Design
Software engineers who want a solid understanding of Human-Computer Interaction and UX Design
Entrepreneurs looking to create well-designed products that stand out from the competition

What You’ll Learn

This program integrates lectures, interactive media, written study guides (course notes). There are also opportunities for collaborative learning through discussion forums. The following modules contribute to the holistic approach your learning path takes:

  • User Research & Methods
  • Information and Interaction Design
  • Foundation of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)

Course Structure

Over the course of 6 months, you’ll attend informative lectures and take part in a variety of individual and team exercises in the classroom and at home. Homework assignments provide an opportunity to apply what you’ve learned and build on it. The goal is to give you a comprehensive learning experience and true insight into a “day in the life” of a UX / UI professional.

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What We Practice

EMPATHY

Design decisions are always rooted in serving people of all backgrounds.

TEAM-CENTERED DESIGN

Designers know when to lead and when to support teammates’ leadership.

ACCOUNTABILITY

Designers stand behind each design decision and learn from every action.

THE JOY OF DISCOVERY

Designers stay inspired by exploring the world around them.

PERSEVERANCE

Designers embrace failure as an essential way to learn about themselves and their process.

ITERATION AND CRAFT

Designers take care to make sure their work is well-made, well-considered, & purposeful.

FLEXIBILITY

Designers are adaptive to a quickly-evolving industry and its tools, processes, resources, and companies.

AMBIGUITY

Design comes with very few “Right Answers.”
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