Virginia Tech™home

Interactive Design Solutions for Everyday Problems

Loading player for /content/dam/icat_vt_edu/events/Interactive Learning Media Design course 5624.mp4...

ORGANIZATION

Instructional Design & Technology Graduate Program

EXHIBITORS

Alicia Johnson, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

Bushra Abdulkarim Alghamdi, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education 

Amal Hamdan A Aljohani, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

Kamla Suleiman Al Amri, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

Taylor Brooks, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

Yingying Fan, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

Chris Finch, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

Kelli Fleming, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

Tian Meng, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, Instructional Design and Technology School of Education

WHAT HAPPENS HERE?

Instructional Design & Technology graduate students have spent the semester creating an interactive web or app design solution to a problem of their own choosing. Students will demonstrate their user-tested digital prototypes and design process with the public.

WHAT WAS THE PROCESS?

IDT graduate students research a problem using a blend of Design Thinking and Instructional Design processes. Beginning with Empathy towards target users and Defining the problem, students spend weeks designing, reviewing, iterating then developing, reviewing, iterating leading to a final digital prototype. The process includes expert reviewed paper prototypes, rough wireframes, and workable prototypes. Students complete the course with a working prototype, usability testing, and design documents. Learn more.