Jon Innes has argued that User Experience (UX) design is not a fad but a “new world order”. It has become ingrained in our everyday lives through our use of websites, apps and software as a service. It can influence our habits and our choices. A bad experience in a shop would put you off returning and a bad user experience online can have the same result. This is why third-level UX courses have increased in number and importance.
UX Courses in Ireland
A whole generation of teenagers will be heading off to college this September doing courses that feature some element of UX design. It is offered as part of a broad range of courses at different qualification levels across Ireland.
Dublin Institute of Technology
Griffith College (Dublin)
IADT Dun Laoghaire
- MSc in User Experience Design
- Certificate in Fundamentals in UX Design
- Postgraduate Diploma in UX Design
Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown
National College of Art and Design (Dublin)
Institute of Technology, Carlow
- Masters of Arts in Interaction Design
- MSc in Digital Marketing
- Higher Diploma in Arts in Digital Media Design
- Certificate in Digital Media Design and Development
National College of Ireland
University of Limerick
Last updated: February 2017
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We teach industry best practices, highlight emerging trends in this area and demonstrate what good UX design looks like. We can do this in a day or over a number of evenings, at times that fit your schedule. So why not check out UX Academy and find a course that suits you today?
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