User Experience Design Projects (Formerly Ism 394)
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The User Experience Design Projects Capstone 2-course sequence engages students in design scenarios in connection with an organization, initiative, or creative project. Students work in groups to assess project needs, apply research methods, generate ideas, develop and test prototypes, and implement solutions, all from a human-centered design approach. Students must successfully complete both User Experience Design Projects Capstone 1 and 2 in sequence to receive any credit. At the end of the UX Design Projects Capstone sequence students will 1) present results to an audience [communications], 2) create a comprehensive case study [connecting concepts/reflection], and 3) create content relevant for a professional portfolio and/or resume based on the course project. These courses provide students with an opportunity to integrate their major area of design study with concepts introduced in their general education program while satisfying both the Experiential Learning requirement and the Capstone requirement.