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Digital Product Design

Learn the total end-to-end process of discovering a digital product need, prototyping a digitized product and getting feedback to relentlessly improve it. In doing so, you’ll be a part of creating the next generation of products that disrupts the economy and reinvents the ways we live – from how we learn and exercise, to how we socialize and get around.

Learning Objectives: Students will learn how to: use design thinking to discover problems worth solving, generate and prototype solutions, and test with real users; design own product(s) by creating wireframes, interactions, and visual designs; use typography, color, shape, space – and industry-standard tools like Sketch, Invision, etc – to build designs that are attractive, simple, and functional; solicit constructive feedback, critique design work, and substantiate criticism; discuss topics in the design world, including usability, user experience design, user interface design, and design research.


ENTR 390.012  | CLASS# 23982

Credits:  3 graded (Lecture)

Prereq: None