Design Rationale and Models for User-Centered Interaction
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This piece of coursework assesses the learning outcomes of researching user needs and the implications of technology for work practice, analyzing users and their activities, designing input modalities, output media and interactive content to appeal to an audience, and reflecting upon design practice. The coursework has two halves - the Design Rationale and the Models. The Design Rationale emphasizes the choice of solution and supports design decisions with references to specific design guidelines and findings. The Models reflect what you have learned about your users, their tasks, the objects they work with, and the context of use. These models should be useful summaries that support future work and reveal new information and learnings about the design concerns.