SI 689: Social User Experience

This advanced course will require students to demonstrate mastery of designing, conducting, and evaluating user experience research. Students will synthesize methods from human-computer interaction with theories from social science to evaluate and redesign a technology or product. Aligned with industry best practices, students will be expected to work in a fast-paced, collaborative environment and to demonstrate independence and leadership. Students must critically assess the impact of design decisions on individuals and society, addressing issues like accessibility, diversity, safety, harassment, and other relevant social issues. View syllabus

Credit Hours: 3
Advisory prerequisites: SI 534, 538 and 588
Required prerequisites: SI 501 & 529 & 582 & 622

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