Suggested Courses for Spring 2015

Here are berkeleyByte’s recommended courses related to design and innovation for Spring 2015:

  • DES INV 190 (two sections) : Design Competition – Interactive Seating * , Visual Communication for Designers
  • UGBA 190T: Innovation and Design Thinking in Business
  • City and Regional Planning C240: Theories of Urban Form and Design
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering 209: Design for Sustainable Communities
  • ARCH 110AC: The Social and Cultural Basis of Design
  • ARCH 212: Body-Conscious Design: Shoes, Chairs, Rooms, and Beyond
  • ARCH 130: Introduction to Architectural Design Theory and Criticism
  • Landscape Architecture 140: Fundamentals of Landscape Design
  • ART 181/ FILM 178.1: Game Design Methods
  • PSYCH C103 / COGSCI 165:Psychology of Creativity
  • COGSCI C103: History of Information
  • ENV DESIGN 1: People and Environmental Design
  • ME110: New Product Development
  • ART W23AC: Internet Citizenship
  • ART 160-004: Media for Social Change
  • ART 178-001: Game Design Methods
  • CS 160: User Interface Design and Development
  • CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics1
  • CS 195: Social Implications of Computer Technology
  • CS 188: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence
  • ENV DES 1-001: People and Environmental Design
  • IEOR 170-001: Industrial Design and Human Factos *
  • NM263: Technologies for Creativity and Learning
  • SOCIOL 121: Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Social and Cultural Context
  • SOCIOL 166: Society and Technology
  • SOCIOL 167-001: Virtual Communities /Social Media
  • THEATRE 174B: Scenography: Costume Design for the Theater
  • PHILOSOPHY 110: Aesthetics
  • RHETORIC 132: Design for Living
  • VISUAL STUDIES 181: Introduction to Photography
  • VISUAL STUDIES 180A: Introduction to Visual Studies: Word and Image

Graduate Classes

  • NM 203: Critical Making: Materials, Protocol, and Culture *
  • INFO 247: Information Visualization and Presentation
  • INFO 296A-005: Digital Activism
  • RHETORIC 250: Rhetoric of the Image
  • INFO 235-001: Cyberlaw
  • INFO 216-001: Computer-Mediated Communication
  • INFO 262C: Theory and Practice of Tangible User Interfaces
  • NMEDIA C265: Interface Aesthetics
  • CS 298: HCI Design Clinic

 

*Note: Requires an application due Monday, Nov. 10!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

HTML tags are not allowed.