An introduction to interaction design
An introduction to interaction design

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An introduction to interaction design

Learning outcomes

After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • understand what interaction design is, the importance of user-centred design and methods of user information gathering

  • understand how the sensory, cognitive and physical capabilities of users inform the design of interactive products

  • understand the process of interaction design, including requirements elicitation, prototyping, evaluation and the need for iteration

  • analyse and critique the design of interactive products

  • select, adapt and apply suitable interaction design approaches and techniques towards the design of an interactive product.

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