The Weekly Schedule for Reading
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The Weekly Schedule for Reading

  1. 1. The Weekly Schedule for Reading Main Textbook : Hartson, R., & Pyla, P. (2012) The UX Book : Process and Guidelines for Ensuring a Quality User Experience, Morgan Kaufmann. [ ] contains homework Week Date Contents Textbooks & Homework 1 Mar 3 – Introduction to User Chapter 1 Mar 7 Experience Research [Personal Statement] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Mar 10 – Mar 14 Mar 17 – Mar 21 Mar 24 – Mar 28 Mar 31 – Apr 4 Apr 7 – Apr 11 Apr 14 – Apr 18 Apr 21 – Apr 25 Apr 29 – May 2 May 5 – May 9 May 12 – May 16 May 19 – May 23 May 26 – May 30 June 2 – June 6 June 9 – June 13 June 16 – June 20 etc Course add and drop period A UX process lifecycle Chapter 2 template [Video in time a capsule] Contextual Inquiry Chapter 3 Contextual Analysis Requirements Models Design Thinking Sketching Conceptual Design Chapter 4 and Chapter 5, 6 and Chapter 7 Chapter 8 [UX Project Proposal] Midterm presentation UX Goals and Metrics Course withdrawal Midterm Chapter 10 No class Children’s Day Rapid Prototyping Chapter 11, 12, 13 UX Evaluation (1/2) Chapter 14, 15, 16 [Prototyping assignments] Chapter 17, 18, 19 [Prototyping assignments] Chapter 20, 21 [Prototyping assignments] Chapter 22 [Prototyping assignments] UX Evaluation (2/2) Affordance & UAF UX Design Guideline Final Presentation Final

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