UX design is the background thinking which makes the interface, whether physical, digital or personal between the user and a product or service, a positive experience. For example, a shopping experience is influenced by the way a customer can search for information about a product (over a website for example); interact with staff; the design of the product they purchase; the follow-up service and many physical and digital interactions throughout that process. Paying attention to customer interaction at each of these interfaces will enhance the quality of the experience of the product or service upon the users’ perception. Following a user centred design process students will utilise various tools and techniques to consider these needs at every stage of the product lifespan, examining web design and service design as case studies.
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Dr Donald Thomson
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- International students
- Domestic students
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Two hour tutorial and three hours of collaborative workshops per week.
Launceston and Hobart students will study at Foundry campuses.
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