Use human-computer interaction research methods to evaluate the user's needs and improve the experiences you create for them. Get practical skills in how to evaluate artefacts and development processes in an ongoing and iterative way. Learn how user-centered design can be applied in areas such as the Internet of Things, creative apps, museum installations, educational technology and immersive business. You will: Explore how to innovate as a user experience designer Learn methods from experimental psychology and data science to better understand how people engage with digital products and services Practice interaction design across a range of application domains, including cybersecurity You'll also be able to keep and control any IP interfaces you produce
An honours degree or Level 6 equivalent qualification is desirable. However, candidates without a degree or formal qualification are still encouraged to apply. If you'd like to discuss our entry requirements, speak to an advisor.
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