Explore the latest interaction design techniques to effectively support engagement and delivery.
This workshop offers students an opportunity to explore issues related to interaction design and complex behavior challenges and build their skill in conducting user and contextual research, analysis to identify insights and design principles that may be used to reframe and refine solutions and to create novel design concepts.
This workshop will explore interaction design as a technique to help people practice new, desired behavior changes. In particular, we will explore building new habits and long-term adherence to new protocols in self-managed behavior contexts. The course will offer students the opportunity to practice methods for design research, concept development, interaction design, rapid prototyping, and concept validation.
Provide a workshop environment that supports students in applying interaction design theory and developing craft skills for building on design research findings and practicing user experience design that encompasses user experience design, interaction design and, as appropriate to support user goals.
Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of user experience design methods, interaction design theory, behavioral models and how they can be used in creating compelling prototypes and solutions.
No prerequisites. This course is open to all Institute of Design students.