CATALOG DESCRIPTION: Introduction to human-computer interaction and the design of systems that work for people and their organizations. The goal is to understand the manner in which humans interact with, and use, their computers for productive work. The course focus is on the interface as designed artifact. The interface is a design problem without a single "correct" solution but which has many "good" solutions and a plethora of "bad" solutions. Class discussion centers on what makes an interface good and proven techniques for designing interfaces that meet human needs. 

  • This course satisfies the CS Project Course, CS Breadth: Interfaces, and CD Depth: Interfaces requirements.

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COURSE COORDINATOR: Prof. Michael Horn

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PREREQUISITES: prior programming experience

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