Experience Architects are forward-thinkers and are interested in gaining advanced skills in "architecting experiences" for people in both digital and physical environments. The Experience Architecture program at Michigan State University gives students exposure to aspects of maneuvering and creating web sites or apps such as designing, coding, writing and digital rhetoric. Due to this 'well-rounded' nature of the major, Experience Architects are prepared for careers in user experience, interaction design, usability, information architecture, design research, content management, project management, and application development.
UX design is the process of designing (digital or physical) products that are useful, easy to use, and enjoyable to interact with. Making a product more usable will inherently increase the amount of people who want to use it. A UX designer is skilled in product strategy, wireframing, usability testing and user interface design. To learn more click here.
Project Management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements. More than that, Project Managers have the communications skills necessary to connect people of various social and professional background in order to proficiently complete applications and other projects. Click here to see projects I have worked on.
A web developer is a programmer who creates websites and webapps using html, css, js and other markup languages. A web developer knows how to build a website from the bottom up: they can create custom code to accommodate your unique needs, developing everything from the site layout to features and functions on the webpage.