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Interaction Design

Designing interactive web, Windows and mobile applications
Learn how to design products that are driven from both the needs of your users and business goals. Create designs that are positive user experiences.

“Helped me communicate designs to the business”

Outline of the Course

  1. What is "interaction?"
  2. Context of use
    Understanding how and when an application will be used, and how that affects the interaction design.
  3. Analysis
    Introduction to task analysis for application design
  4. Design
    Translating tasks into designs
  5. Design Details
    Choosing the right design elements, and creating usable page layouts
  6. Prototyping
    Different kinds of prototypes, tools to create them, and how to choose
  7. Design documentation
    Sharing your design with colleagues, management and developers
  8. Evaluation
    Techniques for evaluating prototypes with users.



 One Day

Who Should Attend

People who are involved in the development of interactive applications.


  • Understand what is meant by interaction design
  • Learn to analyse and understand user tasks and functional requirements
  • Translate tasks into designs
  • Practice testing the usability of design concepts in early prototypes.


Gerry Gaffney
Whitney Quesenbery
Daniel Szuc

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