The course aims to give students advanced knowledge of interaction design, and of prototyping (high level) and development of web solutions with a good design. A special emphasis is placed on mobile interfaces.
- has advanced knowledge of HCI
- has advanced knowledge of interaction design and development processes with a focus on mobile web development
- has advanced knowledge of solution and user evaluations for mobile solutions
- has advanced knowledge of prototyping, and how to use this in mobile interaction design projects
- is able to develop good interfaces and clickable prototypes for mobile solutions;
- is able to participate in the process of developing mobile web solutions with a high user quality
- is able to carry out user quality tests for mobile solutions, and analyse them.
- is familiar with various principles of interaction design and be able to participate in developing mobile web solutions.
Bachelor in Information Technology - Interactive Design
Bachelor in Digital Marketing
The course is taught with a combination of lectures and lab-based teaching.
Student work load
Participation in teaching and supervision - 48 hours
Self-study - 60 hours
Self-preparation for presentation / discussion in class - 32 hours
Student work with projects, productions, assignments, etc. - 0 hours
Independent exercise / lab work / practical work individually or in groups - 20 hours
Examination and preparation for the exam - 40 hours
Recommended total time - 200 hours
No requirements for specific tools, but examples of used tools are Invision and Balsamiq.
No compulsory activity in this course.
Exam type: Written home exam, individual or in groups (2-5 students)
Duration: 4-8 weeks
Grading scale: Norwegian grading system using the graded scale A - F where A is the best grade, E is the lowest pass grade and F is fail
Weighting: 100 % of the overall grade
Support materials: All support materials are allowed
Resit examination: Individual written home examination with a duration of 2 weeks
Updated information about curriculum literature and other teaching materials is published per program on our online learning platform prior to the start of the semester. Information is also available per program on our website.
In addition to literature and other teaching materials, the teaching and other related learning activities are always considered part of curriculum.
It is assumed that the students have basic knowledge of HCI and interaction design, and that they have acquired some knowledge of different design principles and what is considered good usability, but at a basic level. This is covered by Interaction Design 1.