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    Oct 22, 2019  
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CIS 252 - Digital Interface/Usability Design

3.00 credits
Focuses on design concepts and skills used in the production of digital content with an emphasis on personal computing and mobile devices. Topics include usability design (UX), usability interface (UI), text, graphics and color, conceptualizing and planning for user-centered design, acquiring graphic design software skills and understanding standards for the web and mobile devices. This class gives students hands-on experience with usability evaluation and interface design. Students learn how to design user-based interfaces based on the needs of specific device applications. This is a class for those who wish to know more about usability, human-computer interaction, the psychological aspects of interactive design, and best practices across multiple digital devices. Corequisite: CIS 252L.



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