INFO-H 541 Interaction Design Practice
- Prerequisites: None
- Delivery: On-Campus, Online
- Basic HCI theory, terms, principles, and conceptual models
- User experience (UX) design theory and practices
- Interface design principles and processes
- Product design and development processes and lifecycle
- Needs, requirements, and formative user research
- Prototype design theory and practice
- Product usability evaluations and testing methods
This course covers human computer interaction theory and application from an integrated-approach of knowledge domains, i.e., the cognitive, behavioral, and social aspects of users and user context, relevant to the design and usability testing of interactive systems.
- Apply HCI principles and a user-centered approach to interaction design.
- Analyze user needs and requirements.
- Design and develop prototypes based on user needs and requirements, while applying HCI principles and models.
- Apply evaluation and usability testing methods to interactive products to validate design decisions.