Lecturer: Hanan Lehr
Experiencing and using digital products (mobile apps, websites and desktop software) makes a significant part of our lives today.
The User Experience Designer should translate complex requirements from various fields (business, marketing, technology, psychology) to a convenient, usable and delightful product while adapting to the needs of the user.
This course introduces practical design methods and includes a broad overview of the subject and up-to-date use cases, accompanied by studio work and a semester-long project.
Main subjects include: user centered design processes, user research methods, design techniques (sketching, prototyping and developer handoff), cognitive science related principles and business aspects.
One of the prototypes that was made in this course: