Demonstrate a systematic understanding of the knowledge of: i. the role of user experience in interactive systems development; ii. how cognitive psychology contributes to interactive system design; iii. the range of tools and techniques available for design and evaluation. B. Demonstrate the ability to apply the principles and practices in the following areas: i. application and evaluation of user centred design methodologies; ii. identifying sources of standards and guidelines and interpreting them; iii. critically evaluating a current area of research in User Experience and Interaction Design. C. Carry out a critical review of the literature and current developments in supporting disciplines of user experience design (Computer science, Psychology, HCI) that affect practice and that provide potential for innovation. D. Use appropriate processes to investigate user experience design problems and to research, model and design effective solutions that address these problems.

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