The Center for Digital Experiences at Pratt Institute offers pro-bono content strategy, usability testing, data analysis, information architecture, and/or user experience design for nonprofits, museums, and libraries. The Center for Digital Experiences is seeking community partners for course-based UX projects in Spring and Fall 2020.
From streamlining your website’s navigation to making sense of your analytics, Pratt students will bring an empathetic, user-centered mindset to improving digital interfaces. Projects range in length from 8-15 weeks depending on the course and the nature of the project and will typically include dedicated teams of 3-5 students supervised by an expert member of the Pratt faculty.
All projects are offered at no cost but will require a moderate degree of involvement to ensure that your practical needs are satisfied while also providing a valuable educational experience for students. This involvement typically includes one or two meetings with the students during the semester and attendance at students’ final presentations at the end of the semester.
For more information about each project opportunity and sample projects from past semesters, visit https://prattdx.org/services/
To apply please fill out a project proposal form: https://prattdx.org/services/submit-project-proposal/
Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Center for Digital Experiences at Pratt Institute
The Center for Digital Experiences is a faculty-led, student-driven User Experience (UX) design, research, and strategy consultancy and academic research lab within the School of Information at Pratt Institute. Pratt DX includes students and faculty across all of the School of Information’s graduate programs but is most closely affiliated with the MS in Information Experience Design