Starting in July, Kah will be delivering the UX Design (MDDN414) course as part of our Master of User Experience Design programme.
Kah Chan is the Head of Product Design for the disruptive electricity retail start up Flick Electric Co. At Flick, Kah works at the intersection of technology, marketing and product design to deliver delightful user experiences for Flick customers (and prospective customers) to engage them with their day to day energy consumption habits. Sometimes it feels like he’s spent his entire adult life starting up, working around, mentoring or working for start-ups of various scales.
This marks a return of sorts to teaching for Kah. He was previously a Senior Lecturer with the School of Design at Victoria University, where he co-led a collaborative research initiative in digital healthcare utilising game design and industrial design.
Kah will be delivering MDDN414 UX Design course, exploring techniques common to user experience (UX) design, such as: persona development, case study analysis, user interface design, rapid visualisation and prototyping. Students will also become adept at using the industry standard tools and techniques of UX design.
To learn more about Kah’s work visit his Linkedin or Twitter:
About the Master of User Experience Design (MUXD)
User Experience Design is one of the largest growing design fields that addresses all aspects of user experience from understanding the identity of the users to the creation of the designs they interact with.
This MUXD is intended for recent graduates with non-design degrees and/or industry professionals wishing to enter the Interaction Design (IX) or User Experience (UX) fields from another discipline or profession. The 180-point Master’s programme is completed in three full-time trimesters over 12 months at Victoria University’s School of Design.
Next intake is July 2017 — June 2018. Applications close Wednesday 21st June. Enrol now or book an advice session to find out more.
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