Applicants will have a portfolio of digital design work that demonstrates awareness of the creative and critical aspects of UX design and may also be returning from adjacent careers in the design industry such as graphic design, information design or interaction design.
The course attracts applicants from a broad range of backgrounds, from all over the world, from an Honours degree course in a subject such as:
- Graphic Design
- Interaction Design
- Interactive Media Design
- Web Design
- Communication Design
- Computer Science
- Digital Design
- Product Design
- Or those with other, equivalent qualifications.
The course team also welcomes students with relevant experience or those who may have previously worked in the industry, or non-traditional backgrounds, as well as those already within employment. The course has been designed to accommodate flexibility in educational engagement. Your experience is assessed as a learning process and tutors will evaluate that experience for currency, validity, quality and sufficiency.
Months of entry
MA User Experience (UX) Design at LCC is a professionally focused, design-led course that will equip you with the specialist skills to conceive, prototype and produce human-centred experiences in an interactive digital context.
You'll learn the advanced studio skills of user experience design, the methods and practices of user research and the critical-theoretical background to the field.
There's an increasingly high demand for designers who are able to combine their creative skills with profound insight into human behaviours and contexts. This course prepares you for the rapidly expanding field of UX – with a wide range of opportunities for advanced practitioners.
Fees and funding
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
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