Course in interaction DesignIndustrial Design Centre
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Explores electronic publication environments as fluid spaces where interactions among people, machines and media (words, images, sounds, video, animations, simulations) must be structured for the unforeseen. The course focuses on planning, analyzing, prototyping and integrating interaction design with interface design. Teach students to use chronological visual narratives- storyboards, flowcharts, prototypes and simulations- as analysis tools for the development of information systems. The course draws on hypothetical approaches to film as well as other forms of visual storytelling, including animation, illustration and comics. Through a series of realistic, analytical and creative projects, students learn to apply storyboards and limited multimedia prototypes to interface design and develop content.