User Experience Designers engage in a variety of design activities that help produce interfaces that users enjoy using and that also help organizations meet business goals. UXD addresses the structural, informational, psychological and emotional aspects of what makes a successful user interface, whether it’s web, mobile, tablet or any other device.
What is the outcome of taking the user experience design program?
A student entering the UXD profession through the Kent State University IAKM program will become a valuable asset to any organization by:
- Making web sites and mobile applications easy and fun to use
- Getting to know users and customers in ways that translate into organizational value
- Working in creative teams that produce imaginative and fun interfaces for users
- Demonstrating the relative effectiveness of interfaces through usability studies
- Producing innovative reports, convincing and aesthetically pleasing design documents
Overall, you’ll be entering a field that rewards energy, creativity, teamwork, spirited discussion, and tremendous satisfaction in ones work.
Join us for a free interactive, online open house on Wednesday, Feb. 27, at noon to learn more about the degree program, course scheduling and career opportunities in this field. You’ll hear from David Robins, Ph.D., concentration coordinator, and from Rachel Von Hendrix, a current student in the program. You’ll also be able to ask questions in real time. If you’ve been considering a master’s degree to pursue a career in User Experience Design (UXD) but couldn’t find time to get to ...
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