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Informatics

I541 Interaction Design Practice

Credits: 3-6

Prerequisite(s):

Human-Computer Interaction Design (HCID) describes the way a person or group accomplishes tasks with a computer—what the individual or group does and how the computer responds; what the computer does and how the individual or group responds. Sometimes known as "interface design," HCID becomes increasingly important as computing intelligence and connectivity spread ubiquitously to home, work, and play environments. This course will be organized around a collection of readings and three design projects concerned with applying human-computer interaction principles to the design, selection, and evaluation of interactive systems.

Fall 2017


Instructor: Martin Siegel
Time: Multiple Times
Location: Informatics East, Room 150

  • Course History

      Fall 2016


      Instructor: Martin Siegel
      Time: Multiple Times
      Location: Informatics East, Room 150

      Fall 2015


      Instructor: Martin Siegel
      Time: Multiple Times
      Location: Informatics East, Room 150

      Fall 2014


      Instructor: Martin Siegel
      Time: Multiple Times
      Location: Informatics East, Room 150

      Fall 2013


      Instructor: Martin Siegel
      Time: Multiple Times
      Location: Informatics East, Room 150

      Fall 2012


      Instructor: Martin Siegel
      Time: Multiple Times MR
      Location: Informatics East, Room 150

      Fall 2011


      Instructor: Martin Siegel
      Time: Multiple Times MR
      Location: Informatics East, Room 150