WEB 255: Interaction Design
In this course, students will learn interaction design and development principles as they relate to mobile devices and multi-touch interactions. Students will create a series of interfaces that define interaction progress using interaction paths, task definitions and visual signaling with each design emphasizing the strengths of the current medium. Emerging industry trends and contemporary Web development methods will play a significant role in the design ideation and exploration process. This course contains material previously taught in INP 254.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; INP 154, INP 182 or WEB 215, minimum grade "C"
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