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51-833 Advanced Interaction & Visual Interface

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An interface is the link between a user and a product that communicates how a product will be used and creates an experience for the people who will use it. Interaction design is the process of creating and defining product behavior, encompassing both usability and aesthetic dimensions of an artifact, service, or environment. In this course, we will explore issues that pertain to the design of interfaces that activate vision, hearing and touch, with a focus on a variety of design principles, information hierarchy and navigation, multi-modal information presentation, user-product interactions, and how these elements become part of a larger design process. Students will develop a process for creating interface designs that can be reapplied in future contexts.

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