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User Experience Design Degrees

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User Experience Design (also known as UXD or UX Design) is a discipline that looks at improving the interaction between a consumer and a product or service. This includes online or computer based products and services. As a user experience designer, you are responsible for ensuring that the usability, aesthetic design, usefulness and overall performance of a product or service is optimal for customers and consumers, as this can be integral to the success of a brand and its products.

During a User Experience Design degree, you will cover a range of topics. These will cover the basics of UXD, as well as the more complex areas of the subject. Some examples of modules you might study are:

  • Visualisation and Typography
  • Coding for the Web
  • Data Science
  • Animation
  • Digital Storytelling

User Experience Design degrees in 2024

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UI/UX Design - Berlin/Munich BA

Macromedia University of Applied Sciences Germany

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Interaction Design BA

CODE University of Applied Sciences Germany

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User Experience Design BSc (Hons)

Norwich University of the Arts United Kingdom

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User Experience Design BSc (Hons)

University of Portsmouth United Kingdom

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Web and User Experience Design BSc (Hons)

Manchester Metropolitan University United Kingdom

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User Experience Design BA (Hons)

University of the Arts London (UAL) United Kingdom

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User Experience (UX) Design BSc (Hons)

Edinburgh Napier University United Kingdom

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