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CIS 4300 - Human Computer Interaction F (2-2) [0.50]

Methods for user interface software design, including interface representations and testing. Evaluation and design of sample application systems. Impacts of computer-based information systems on individuals and organizations. Implementation and testing tools. Planning of learning stages and design of assistance subsystems. (Offered in odd-numbered years and may be offered in even-numbered years.)


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Posted On : November 27, 2011

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Posted By : Anonymous
Posted On : October 25, 2010

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This course has helped me develop a more in-depth knowledge of user interfaces and how most interfaces are not very user-friendly. The major part of this course was to develop a user-friendly thermostat. We had to create multiple aspects of this like different requirements for it and some prototyping of the actual product. This course is good for students who want to expand their knowledge on user interfaces for software / websites / products.
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