Stanford CS147: Design Thinking for User Experience Project Expo 2016
CS147: dt+UX Project Expo 2016 12/9
You’re invited to the CS147: Design Thinking for User Experience Fall 2016 Project Expo! (RSVP)
Come join us on Friday, December 9th, from 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM to see what over 40 student teams created this quarter in response to design themes ranging from Digital Democracy to Mixed-Reality. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP below.
Over the course of the quarter, CS147: Design Thinking for User Experience Design, Prototyping & Evaluation (CS147: dt+UX) students worked to tackle mobile challenges in nine different design studio themes. Teams of 3-4 students ventured outside the classroom to interview potential users and need find about the challenges they hoped to tackle, then designed, prototyped, and tested their ideas. Come learn about the solutions they developed through their high-fidelity prototypes and posters that will be presented at the Expo.
This is a great chance to meet top students in computer science, design, symbolic systems, MS&E and other majors who are at the start of their careers as the problem solvers and user interface designers of the future. Furthermore, it is a chance to learn about the new ideas being incepted on Stanford campus.
The Project Expo will be held on the Stanford Campus at the d.school:
CS147: Design Thinking for User Experience Fall 2016 Project Expo
Time: Friday, December 9th, from 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Location: the d.school, Stanford, CA
We will start the evening with an overview of what was taught in the CS147 this quarter. Next, each team will deliver a lightening presentation to give you a taste of their project.
Following the end of the presentations, we will have food, drinks, and a demo/poster session to give you a chance to meet the students and see all of the projects up close. At the end we will present a series of awards to the top projects.
This is your opportunity to find out more about the current state of the art of human-computer interaction and design education, to learn its role in a university curriculum, and to see some novel ideas presented by some of the top students in the country.
Please RSVP HERE
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