- Professor: Karolina Baras
An interface provides the framework, elements, and resources for a “conversation” to take place between (i) people and people, (ii) people and places, and (iii) people and products. An interface should subtly convey an expectation of what the product can do and provide feedback on actions taken.
Interaction designers invent interfaces and define product behavior. Through a process of (i) exploring the needs and desires of users, (ii) the social and functional aspects of context, and (iii) agendas of relevant stakeholders, interaction designers frame a problem through a solution that defines what a product is, what it does, and how it works. Through this integrative process, designers invent what might be, addressing the problem in order to transition the world from its current state to a “preferred” state.
- Professor: Mary Barreto
- Professor: Mónica Cameirão
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