ID Module 1720

Module code


Module title

Bachelor Thesis


Interaction Design

Module type


Module form

Studio and independent studies

Duration of module

1 semester

Offered in

winter and summer semesters


90 hours

Self-directed workload

150 hours

ECTS credit points


Module leader

Prof. Hans Krämer

Email address

e-mail address

Learning outcomes

After completing this module successfully you will have acquired further knowledge about the pragmatic, legal, and planning aspects of the design process and will be able to integrate these into your own design work. Using advanced conceptual, planning, presentation, and documentation methods for you will be able to complete complex design tasks and communicate the results.

Module content

Legal aspects of design, conceptual, pragmatic, and planning aspects of design practice, including contextual analysis, project planning, ideation and problem-solving methods, design methods, personnel planning, time and resource allocation, information and risk management, quality control, and communication methods for design teams.

Teaching units in this module

Project Planning 2 (4 contact hours)
Legal Aspects of Design (2 contact hours)

Module tutors

All members of teaching staff, Hannah Schatte

Teaching and learning methods

Seminar, exercises


Presentation, documentation

Teaching language

German (English)

Prerequisite for

Professional employment, Master study programmes



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