To learn the basic physiological, perceptual, and cognitive components of human learning and memory.
To gain theoretical knowledge of and practical experience in the fundamental aspects of designing and implementing user interfaces.
To learn to analyze interaction problems from a technical, cognitive, and functional perspective.
To develop an awareness of the range of general human-computer interaction issues that must be considered when designing information systems.
Students will learn about multimodal displays for conveying and presenting information.
Students will know and have practiced a variety of simple methods for designing and evaluating the quality of user interfaces and spatial displays
The following four books are not mandatory but provide excellent overview of HCI and related fields.
Important Course Notes
Saturday from 10:15am - 11:45am is the scheduled physical class.
Monday from 8:30am - 10:00am and from 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Group Project- 35%
Attendance - 10%
Quiz - 5%
Oral Exam - 15%
Midterm Exam - 35%
Design Personal Project - 25% (Bonus)
Late assignments and make-up
Assignments submitted after the due date are docked 10% per day and will not be accepted for credit after a week.
Lab & Workshops
Lab Tools: Adobe XD