Technology is weaving itself into the fabric of our daily lives. Smaller, cheaper and more powerful computer technologies, such as biosensors, wearables, wireless sensor networks, microcontroller-mounted circuit boards and smart phones, have allowed computing to move away from the desktop and onto our bodies, hands, clothes and all around us.
These developments have implications for design. Peoples experiences are shaped and created through technology. Design involves much than just helping people accomplish certain tasks more effectively. Designers need to consider the role and value of digital services and products in peoples lives.
On the dynamic and engaging Communication and Multimedia Design User Experience bachelor's degree programme you will research, design, create and learn. This cycle, which is central to User Experience (UX), will enable you to think as a designer. Designers research peoples experiences, emotions, values and goals and how people's daily lives change with computer technology. During the Communication and Multimedia Design User Experience bachelor's programme, you will design interactive concepts based on User Experience.
You will be challenged to experiment. We want you to tinker with technology and research, and try out new ways to evaluate experience, emotion and meaning. You will get hands-on experience in workshops with research, programming and prototyping and work on projects with business partners.