Seminar in Interaction Design
Interactive media technologies have become more and more central to our daily lives. What should we know to create the next generation of content, services and technologies? This course dives into the historical and cultural context of interactive tools and environments. Students work to develop frameworks for understanding how social, political and economic forces shape the development and reception of interactive media technologies. Specific topics vary by term.
Prerequisite: 57 credits completed.
Not Offered This Semester