Human Computer Interaction

Human Computer Interaction

This course covers both human factors and the technical methods for the design and evaluation of interactive systems, where it is structured within four main topics: overview of HCI, essential interaction design principles, user interface development process and interface design and programming. Overview of HCI introduces human, computer and interactions; user interfaces; usability, user experience (UX) and design thinking. Interfaces development process includes topics on iterative design, user-centred design, design discovery, design exploration and evaluation of user interfaces. Interface design and programming include topics on visual information design, forms design, interface design patterns, prototyping and construction tools, and responsiveness issue. Three types of applications are covered: Graphical User Interfaces, Web and Mobile Devices.

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At the end of the course, participants are able to:

1. Explain the ways human factors and cognitive models influence aspects of interface design
2. Apply design principles, guidelines, patterns and visual design elements to the interface design and selected interface construction tools for the implementation of interactive systems
3. Build interactive systems for communities or industries rated on a user-centered design

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