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INFO-H 567 Internet-of-Things Interface Design for Business Innovation

3 credits

Prerequisites: INFO H541

Students employ human-machine interface design principles and practices as an innovation engine for Internet-of-things (IoT) ecosystems. Through design challenges, they develop and refine IoT interfaces and their corresponding business models, drawing on case studies and a review of the literature.
Students acquire design-as-strategy skills through team-based, industry specific design projects.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Devise opportunities for innovation and growth within large-scale connected products, services, and systems by applying HCI/design research methods.
  2. Synthesize these opportunities by employing design ideation techniques and translate them into system-level design concepts and prototypes.
  3. Evaluate conceptual prototypes against a broad set of business requirements.
  4. Review appropriate literature to ascertain state-of-the-art IoT interfaces and opportunities for future research and development in IoT interface design.
  5. Communicate effectively on wide-scale business solutions to the spectrum of stakeholders.

Industry Lecture Series

The Industry Lecture Series features design leaders from major national corporations describing how human-centered design practices are integral to the development of forward-thinking IoT business strategies.

Course Delivery

  • On-Campus

Course Schedule