Search our site
Search our site

User Experience Design MSc: Research areas

Current research in this subject

All staff related to User Experience Design MSc are research active. This ensures they are in touch with the latest thinking and capable of working to the high standards necessary for the development of new understanding and methodology.

Drawing on the established research culture of each faculty, Digital Media Kingston encourages cross-disciplinary work.

Recent research projects

Principle investigator: Dr Martin Colbert, senior lecturer, School of Computing and Information Systems:

  • What Makes Users Click? (Google Research Award)
  • A Method and Tool for Modelling User Journeys (PhD, Nalini Edwards)
  • A Design Checklist for User Authentication Mechanisms (PhD, Abdul Rehman Ur Rehman)

Research groups

Relevant research groups include the User Experience research group and the Design Research Centre.

If you are interested in research in this area, you might also like to consider our MSc by Research.

Current enterprise projects

All staff related to User Experience Design MSc are also participants in design as a tool for enterprise and innovation. This ensures they are masters of current practice, and aware of the technology and industry drivers that operate in the field. It also feeds into conduct and expectations of a Digital Studio environment.

Recent research projects

Dr Martin Colbert, senior lecturer, School of Computing and Information Systems:

  • A Web Front-End for a Data Quality Management Systems (KTP programme, Infoshare Ltd)
  • Map-based User Interface for Property Management (London Fusion)

Contact us

Admissions team

Location

This course is taught at Penrhyn Road and Knights Park

View Penrhyn Road and Knights Park on our Google Maps

Contact us

Admissions team

Location

This course is taught at Penrhyn Road and Knights Park

View Penrhyn Road and Knights Park on our Google Maps
Favourite this course

Find a course

Course finder

>

Accreditation

The British Computer Society (BCS) accredits this course which means you may be able to gain exemptions from some BCS professional examinations.

Find out more...

Find us on Facebook

Postgraduate study
Site menu