The course enables students to embark on a career in software development (programmer), design or usability engineering in medium-sized and large companies, as well as in design agencies and other organisations.
The course allows students to acquire the following job skills:
Design of IT-based interactions with individual product perception (definition of requirements, layout drafting, user guidance, specification and product integration)
Development of IT-based interactions with individual product perception (project management, system design, implementation, software testing, software verification)
Sales of IT-based interactions with individual product perception (market analysis, product conception, development of sales strategies, training and start-up)
Evaluation of IT-based interactions with individual product perception (ergonomic evaluation, volunteer trials, acceptance analyses and assessment).
A UX designer provides the link between product development, IT, design, ergonomics and marketing. As such, the job can involve the following (word cloud):
programming, implementation, system design, prototyping, usability testing, user interface design, interaction design, web design, usability engineering, research, requirements analysis, user insights, surveys, evaluation, ergonomics assessment, acceptance tests, product conception, project management, etc.