Usability and User Experience

4 Graduate credits
Effective December 14, 2016 – Present

Graduation requirements this course fulfills

This course focuses on usability and user experience for technical and information products. Students learn concepts, principles, processes, and methods of usability and user experience. Students work in teams and conduct a usability study systematically to improve an information product. Topics also include usability in business and organizational settings, usability workflow and governance. Students will also interact with user experience professionals.

Special information

Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Recommended: WRIT 572G Document Design OR WRIT 672 Advanced Document Design OR WRIT 676 Advanced Writing and Designing for the Web.

Learning outcomes

Fall 2020

Section Title Instructor
50 Usability and User Experience Harrison, Richard N Books Course details