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Interface Design is a foundation unit of study (mandatory) in the Masters of Interaction Design and Electronic Arts (M.IDEA) degree. It is targeted at Postgraduate level students learning to employ their existing understanding of Design thinking to the Design of an interactive product. The focus is the scientfic theory and workplace practicalities underpinning the creation of a robust User Interface. In order to do it well, Masters students are guided through a semester-long project, requiring repeated user evaluation and iterative refinement of a working prototype. The course covers the history of User Interfaces, visual perception, interface Pattern language, visual Design, Information Architecture, usability, user behaviour/evaluation/experience, application branding, prototyping techniques and much more.