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Interaction Design I

Code 12781
Year 2
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 8
Workload OT(15H)/TP(60H)
Scientific area Art and Design
Entry requirements ..
Mode of delivery T-P
Work placements does not apply
Learning outcomes In Interaction Design 1 students are expected to be able to relate situations that combine advantages and relationships considered important in the construction of interaction design projects.
At the end of this course the student is expected to be able to:
— understand what is interaction design;
— understand web design;
— apply a visual language that is appropriate to the concepts and practices of webdesign;
— creative approach to common tools in the area;
— investigate the relationship between technology and design, usability and conceptual concerns;
— master the necessary support tools for building interactive projects by crossing with various media balance;
— plan, develop and execute the design process with autonomy and critical sense.
Syllabus GRAPHIC INTERFACES — WEB DESIGN
— The concept of design in web design and the user experience: representation skins and selection of the version to be developed.
— Sitemap. Navigation Systems. Grids. Responsive Layout. Wireframes. Typography. Color. Image. User Interface (UI), User Experience (UX). Interactions.
— Production: interactive prototype development.
Main Bibliography Lupton, E. (2014). Type on screen. Priceton Architectural Press.
Moggridge, B. (2007). Designing Interactions. The Mit Press.
Norman, D. ( 2010). Living with Complexity. The Mit Press.
Steane, J. (2014). The Principles and Processes of Interactive Design. Bloomsbury.
Vinh, K. (2011). Ordering Disorder: Grid Pinciples for Web Design. New Riders.
Wood, D. (2014). Basics Interactive Design: Interface Design - An introduction to visual communication in UI design. Bloomsbury.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Interaction Design 1 is structured in a theoretical-practical way, and is based on project work. The contents or programmatic materials are transmitted formally, mainly, with the support of audio-visual means. The presentation of projects considered exemplary, followed by debate, acts as a starting point for projects and as a research principle to be developed in the curricular unit. The follow-up of the projects, the discussion and critical evaluation of the results of the work, is done throughout the process. Continuous assessment with classroom work, which will be analyzed and discussed. Final presentation of the project developed.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-01-18

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