Areas of SpecializationWeb publishing, interactive digital media, design
Clinical Assistant Professor
Cassini Nazir is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Arts and Technology program at The University of Texas at Dallas where he teaches classes in interaction design, web design and design principles.
His research interests include accessibility, interaction design, user interface and user experience.
Prior to teaching, Cassini managed The University of Texas at Dallas homepage and high-traffic pages and helped launched an initial redesign for the UT Dallas website that placed Third in the Best of Web award from the Center for Digital Education in 2005. That same year he won the Accessibility InternetRally (AIR) Austin award from Knowbility for his redesign of the UT Dallas McDermott Scholars website.
Over the past 15 years, Cassini has designed print pieces, logos, websites, and interactive elements for mobile, tablet and desktop devices.
Cassini holds an MFA from UT Dallas’ Arts and Technology Program and bachelors degrees in English literature and Economics.
MFA, Arts and Technology, UT Dallas, 2011
BA, English Literature, UT Dallas, 2003
BA, Economics and Finance, UT Dallas, 2002
Cassini Nazir in the News
- Interdisciplinary Literature Come Together in ATEC Lab’s New Online Reading Platform
- UX Design Marks Its Spot as Growing Career Path for ATEC Students
- IDSA Fellow to Speak on How Design Creates the Future
- Adobe Creative Cloud World Tour Stops at UT Dallas
- The Dallas Contemporary Features Student Installations