This course provides an overview of user experience design principles
and processes from a broad multidisciplinary perspective, emphasizing
how user research and prototype assessment can be integrated into
different phases of the design process for a wide array of products,
services, and media content. The course introduces students to methods
used to understand user's needs and activities, with a focus on
conveying user centered design solutions through storytelling,
sketching, and iterative prototyping. Students are given real world
design problems. (Cross-listed as DMJN103.)
Additional Course Information
- DMJN103, JN103, JN270/UX270.
- Active Learning Classroom
Senate Academic Planning Committee March 19, 2018: UX103/DMJN103 Title change; effective September 1, 2018.