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James Bradley

James Bradley

Adjunct Assistant Professor

James K Bradley, MFA, is Adjunct Assistant Professor at NYU SPS, since 1995, and a recipient of the NYU Teaching Excellence and Outstanding Service awards.  He co-developed the User Experience (UX) Design curriculum for SPS in 2013 and developed the UX Design Professional Diploma in 2016.  At NYU, he has taught in areas of Digital Design, Web Design and Multimedia Technology.  Bradley is also on the Emerging Media faculty of Hunter College, CUNY. He is a professional software designer, consultant and technologist. He is the founder/director of WebServes – a nonprofit technology service provider since 2004.  He received his education at University of Chicago, San Diego State University, Pomona College and Claremont Graduate University, with degrees in Visual Arts and Philosophy.  A 3rd-generation native of San Diego, CA, Bradley resides in Bushwick, Brooklyn, NY.

Currently Teaching

User Experience Design I

In this hands‐on course, research, wireframe, and prototype a website or mobile app in preparation for future development.

User Experience Design Capstone Project

Create an original product, and gain real-world experience in solving product design problems by utilizing key UX design techniques.

User Experience (UX) Design I

Acquire the skills to generate a user experience (UX) that integrates the needs of the user with the application.

User Experience (UX) II

Explore UX methods for influencing user behavior in ways that best meet your business goals.