Available Courses

Human Computer Interaction

Category: DTEMS

This course introduces students to the design of the interaction between people and computers. It will give students insight and experience in key issues of HCI design, and will sample different areas related to human-computer interaction. In class and discussion sections, students will be able to discuss issues and tradeoffs in interaction design, and invent and evaluate alternative solutions to design problems. There are no formal prerequisites for the course, but students should have basic familiarity with computers and their use.

Topics will include usability and affordances, direct manipulation, systematic design methods, user conceptual models and interface metaphors, design languages and genres, human cognitive models, physical ergonomics, information and interactivity structures, and design tools and environments.

Start Date:  Saturday, 06 January 2018
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