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- Resource Type: curricula
ART 396 User Experience/User Interface Design
Author(s)/Presenter(s)/SourceJoseph Bautista | California State University Northridge (CSUN)
This mid-level course is for students in visual and graphic design areas, that covers research methodology and design-thinking processes for creating and prototyping interactive products for today's users. The course module on accessibility includes two lectures followed by a design exercise. The first lecture starts with a key component missing in educating the next generation of technology developers - valuing human capabilities. The second lecture focuses on how to make accessible mobile content and interfaces supporting multiple modalities of interaction. It will explain why many fundamental accessibility best practices can be applied to mobile interfaces and content.