Students are familiar with the developer-centred approach and production practices. Students are capable of independent information retrieval and they can apply their design skills in practice. Students know the current service design methods and the modern scripting languages. Students also know the new experimental user interface technologies and understand the inherent design requirements. Students are familiar with agile production methods.
- Scripting languages
- Service design methods
- Implications of technology and software for visual solutions
- New and experimental user interfaces
- Agile production and project management methods
- Usability as part of service design
Inadequate participation in class. Assignments need improvement. Student does not completely meet the learning objectives defined in the course outline.
Active participation in class. Ability to apply the learned knowledge. Self-initiated learning. Student meets the learning objectives defined in the course outline.
Active participation in class. Ability to apply the learned knowledge and reflect on it. Generation of new knowledge and contribution to the course.