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This course is built on an online platform and you can complete it according to your own schedule with the possibility of volunteer tutoring with the teacher (scheduled).

Basic information

  • Target audience: Anyone interested about the topic
  • Application period: 30.11.2022-14.2.2023
  • Date: 1.3.2023-30.4.2023
  • Scope: 5 ECTS
  • Location: Online
  • Price: 75 €

Course content

The course consist of the following modules:

  • Module 1: Project Management
  • Module 2: User Research
  • Module 3: Prototyping
  • Module 4: Low-code/No-code/MS Powerapps
    (optionally Figma/Axure Rp)

Skills you will gain

You will learn:

  • to employ the user-centric techniques and description methods for designing and modelling a digital service
  • to model digital services
  • to conceptualise and produce appropriate and viable prototypes with reference to the design documents for the digital service



Fully online studies: Not dependent on place (online distance studies).

>> Complete weekly schedule will be provided to eligible and accepted students

>> Teacher will send welcome emails to students before the study unit begins

Volunteer tutoring ZOOM schedule:


07/03/2023 14:00–16:00

27/03/2023 14:00–16:00

11/04/2023 14:00–16:00

25/04/2023 14:00–16:00

Teaching methods

Features of the course:

  • This study unit is online learning with the possibility of offering online tutoring and counseling via Zoom with the teachers


Student workload

  • This is a professional training study unit and it requires regular weekly learning effort. The student is expected to be able to schedule his work according to the schedule of the implementation.
  • 5 credits | Total 137.5 hours of student learning time | 8-10 hours per week.


Learning material

In this course, we are using the following materials:

(1) Video-based tutorials

(2) Laurea Library materials Ebook: About Face 3: The essentials of interaction design by Alan Cooper, Robert Reimann, and David Cronin