The following courses are taught by Michael Nebeling:
- Fall semester: SI 482 Interaction Design Studio
- Winter semester: SI 582 Introduction to Interaction Design
The Interaction Design Studio class gives Bachelor’s students a first hands-on course on interaction design, introducing them to fundamental design methods and processes in a learning by doing fashion.
The Intro to Interaction Design course gives Master’s students the opportunity to practice and build their skills in user interface and interaction design based on a number of design challenges and projects.
Currently, we are also developing two new courses on augmented reality/virtual reality/mixed reality interfaces. One of them will be an introduction course open to all students at University of Michigan, and the the other an advanced elective in the School of Information’s MSI program.
We also always offer projects to gain preliminary research experience on a voluntary basis, independent studies for credit, and research internships. If you’re interested, please contact us.