Visicog: NYU User Experience
Location & Time
Class runs on Mondays,
from 6:30 - 9:30PM ET.
Description & Syllabus
In this project-driven course, you will produce a prototype and case study that demonstrates your focus and capabilities as a well-rounded UX designer with in-demand skills to prospective clients, investors, and employers. Your prototype and case study will showcase your ability to perform user research, strategize, wireframe, run usability tests, and to create live prototypes.Read Full Syllabus»
The Woolworth building at 15 Barclay St , room 418C.
Class runs from 6:00 - 9:30PM.
User Experience II
Explore methods for influencing user behavior in ways that best meet your business goals, with an emphasis on driving traffic, retaining users, and reaching conversion goals.
Usability I: Foundations
The main focus of this class is to get students familiar with methods of how to do their own research. Students all perform their own usability test and create a report on their findings
March 27 April 17, 2013
Usability II: Essentials
Within the lens of traditional usability techniques, learn how to address the three universal business objectives of public websites: driving traffic, retaining users, and improving conversion rates.
Adjunct: Matthew Weber
Matthew Weber is an award winning UX designer, executive and teacher at NYU, who has had his work showcased by Apple and has lectured at NASA. He has a passion for making data easy to use. He has worked on projects for Thompson Reuters, CNN, Lincoln Financial, Morgan Stanley, Sesame Street, MeeGenius, Johnson Research Labs, and Persado. He is currently VP of UX and Design at Zoomdata. See the whole spiel on his LinkedIn profile.