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Fall 2024
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AD 51200 - Interaction Design Studies
Associated Term: Fall 2024
Learning Outcomes: 1. Understand the fundamental architecture and principles of the interaction design. 2. Be familiar with a range of research interests in the domain and start to consider the thesis research topic. 3. Be aware of the diversity of research areas, methodologies and practices relevant to the interaction design program, and be exposed to work of researchers beyond the university, drawn from regional and international venues, to keep informed about updated research achievements. 4. Identify and apply compositional theory to interaction design practice. 5. Develop the ability to articulate intention in work through design iteration. 6. Organize and conduct a design process within an interdisciplinary team. 7. Have a working level of programming fluency, in order to independently produce a working prototype that satisfies given design requirements. 8. Assess and improve production value through design practice, optimization, and media technique. 9. Explore creative process, perception, and problem solving.
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