UX|UI Design: Human-Center Research Methodologies
This course will provide students with a human-centered approach; sketching for user experience, journey maps, flow diagrams, architecture diagrams, motion prototypes, and wireframes. Students will also investigate user interaction principles and aspects of visual artifacts necessary to create a satisfactory user experience. Prior digital imaging experience required. Taught by Gabriel Ceslov, User Experience Architect, IBM
Course starts 10/1/2016 – 11/19/2016, Saturdays from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, $386, #83795
The Center for the Digital Arts is offering a non-credit 48-hour certificate User Experience (UX) Design, with many courses to choose from, for more information see www.sunywcc.edu/peekskill or call us at 914-606-7300.
Gabriel Ceslov, UX Design Architect, IBM, designs across multiple devices and mobile applications. He creates fluid e-Commerce websites and apps based on the best principles of design usability. He conceives of interfaces from original concept to through to final implementation. His broad skill base matches his impressive professional experience which includes corporations such as: IBM, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and JP Morgan Chase & Co. to name a few. A User Experience Designer is responsible for usability requirements, analysis of user goals, work flows, prototypes and interface designs, standards, and usability tests. For more information about see www.gabrielceslov.com.