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Informatics

I544 Experience Design

Credits: 3

Prerequisite(s):

Accompanying its move from workplace productivity into culture-at-large, HCI is increasingly concerned with designing engaging user experiences. "Experience Design" is an interdisciplinary course that brings anthropological, philosophical, design, and technological perspectives together to explore novel ways to research, design, and evaluate qualities of user experience.

  • Course History

      Spring 2017


      Instructor: Jeffrey Bardzell
      Time: 1:00PM-2:15PM Tue, Thu
      Location: Informatics East, Room 150

      Spring 2016


      Instructor: Jeffrey Bardzell
      Time: 1:00PM-2:15PM Tue, Thu
      Location: Informatics East, Room 130

      Spring 2015


      Instructor: Erik Stolterman
      Time: Multiple Times TR
      Location: Informatics East, Room 130

      Spring 2014


      Instructor: Erik Stolterman
      Time: Multiple Times TR
      Location: Informatics East, Room 130

      Spring 2013


      Instructor: Erik Stolterman
      Time: Multiple Times TRR
      Location: Informatics East, Room 130

      Spring 2012


      Instructor: Erik Stolterman
      Time: 2:30PM-3:45PM Tue, Thu
      Location: Informatics East, Room 130
      Supplementary Description: Every interactive device, artifact, and system is designed. Every artifact that is used by someone leads to a user experience. This course is about “user experience” and “design”. In this course, students will be introduced to conceptualizations of human experience and interactivity, and then, guided by recent HCI literature, apply that understanding to interaction design.

      Spring 2011


      Instructor: Erik Stolterman
      Time: 2:30PM-3:45PM Tue, Thu
      Location: Informatics East, Room 130