What? Online Course on Human Computer Interaction
Who? Undergraduates, students from our partner universities
When? January and February, exam in March
Summary of the Course:
Usability requires a user-centered and task-oriented design of information systems. After considering the basic physiological and cognitive properties of humans, the formal-language, the natural-language and the graphically-direct-manipulative user interfaces (GUI) as well as design guidelines are discussed in this course. The core is the evaluation and embedding of the user perspective in the software development process. Innovative interaction approaches such as virtual worlds, avatars, social interaction and mobile systems are also part of this course.
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