IAD 480 Interactive Design Special Topics

3 credits, Fall

Provides a variety of experiences that present specific interactive design skill sets and problem-solving methods in a design studio setting. Topics vary according to the latest techniques and software and hardware innovations, as well as contemporary cultural influences. Students synthesize the previous three years of interactive design techniques to research and realize design solutions that adhere to professional standards and best practices. Students produce portfolio-quality interactive work, taking into account audience, cultural, ethical, human, accessibility, and market factors. Since the interactive design field is continually evolving, students also explore specific career opportunities related to the course topic. This course may be repeated for credit if topics are different. Students will need to purchase supplies/materials for this course.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or better in IAD 380