CE 413 – Human Computer Interfaces

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CE 413 – Human-Computer Interfaces; Weekly hours: 2+1, ECTS: 5
This course is concerned with the design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use. The course aim is to explain the differences in technology designs based on the design principles, usability, and user goals. The student will learn how to gather, analyze and take into account user’s needs in the interaction design; analyze and discuss interfaces, systems, and devices such as websites, PDAs, game consoles, etc. In addition, students will understand the affective, cognitive, and social aspects of human-machine interfaces. Contents: Introduction to the development of human-computer interface; Understanding what is involved in human-computer interaction; Process of human-computer interfaces design; Understanding and Involving Users; Designing, building and evaluating prototypes; User abilities as the foundation of effective design; designing interfaces in the future.