School Of Engineering, Design And Built Environment

Designing for User Experience (UX)Western Sydney University Unit Code: 301284.2


Student Contribution Band: 2

Level: 1

Credit Points: 10

About this Unit
Understanding product-oriented user requirements and mapping user experience journeys provide rich inputs for new product and service innovations. In this unit students will focus on user needs and the interactive elements which, when combined, create successful user experiences through impactful user interfaces, and highly differentiated outcomes. Students will engage in an applied project in response to an interaction design challenge. As part of their project students will incorporate elements to evoke strong emotional, sensorial and functional connections which are essential in creating inclusive design, engaged usability, and high-quality human-centred experiences, for successful products and services.

Special Requirements - Essential Equipment
Online work safety module must have been completed prior to workshop space use. Specific requirements regarding machine use may require student safety inductions per apparatus i.e. drill, sander.

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