Join this workshop with Professor Andrew Deck!
This intensive workshop will introduce concepts and practices of UX/UI design and the ways that designers study user experience to build effective user interfaces (UI). From work flow concepts to modes of analysis, revision, and communication, the workshop will provide an overview of the kinds of issues and practices that are important to this field.
The morning half of the session will be a historical and conceptual lecture intended to orient students who are new to the field. In the afternoon students will be guided in a hands-on project using tools and knowledge that are essential to succeed as a UX/UI designer.
No prior knowledge of the subject is required.
Professor Andrew Deck has taught a broad range of art and design courses addressing history, theory, and production of electronic media. At Touro, he teaches courses in Interactive Design Principles and User Experience Design. As a pioneer of Internet art, his work is included in the collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art and has also been commissioned by the Tate Online, Rhizome, and Turbulence. His work has appeared in major exhibitions, such as net_condition, and in numerous art historical surveys. He is a a co-founder of the eco-art collective Transnational Temps. He lives and works in New York City.
A pizza lunch will be served.
Registration fee: $40 (Fee waived for GST Students/Alumni - Those who qualify should contact Nataliya Klymenko at 212.463-0400 x 5319 or email@example.com to receive a waiver code.)
RSVP by July 14
Seating is limited.
For more info:
877.669.7227 l firstname.lastname@example.org
10AM – 4PM
27 West 23rd Street
New York, NY 10010