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DIGM 3400 - Interactive Design

(4 credits)
Prerequisites: DIGM 3220 , DIGM 3000 , or permission of instructor. This course is a study of the integration of components utilized in multimedia applications with authoring software. Students use industry standard software as a tool for producing interactive projects for CD-ROM, information KIOSK, DVD or Internet delivery. Students will learn the fundamentals of design for these platforms including interactive storytelling, navigation metaphors, technical constraints, and usability. Topics include but are not limited to basic animation techniques, transitions, user interactivity, basic scripting, interactive development process and usability. Efficiency and optimization of programs as well as usability and interface design will be emphasized. Lecture and lab. (spring)

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