About the course

Human-centered interaction design generally adopts a mediating role between ‘users’ and other stakeholders, with the object of design being a singular artefact. In practice, there are far more complicated relations between people, communities, and things. This needs to be understood as a practical matter of methodology, for example, how do we conceptualise a service that spans many touchpoints? And one of ethics, for example how can we facilitate more democratic and anti-oppressive ways of doing design?

This course is offered as part of a programme:

Interaction Design Interaction Design

Course content

Entry requirements and selection

Entry requirements

At least 45 credits in the main field of Interaction Design.

Course literature

Course evaluation

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