Prerequisites: ENGR 2250

Credits: 4 ENGR

Hours: 4-4-4

Usually offered: Fall, Spring

For information contact: Lynn Stein

Course description: A hands-on exploration of the design and development of user interfaces, taking into account the realities of human perception and behavior, the needs of users, and the pragmatics of computational infrastructure and application. Focuses on understanding and applying the lessons of human interaction to the design of usable computer applications; will also look at lessons to be learned from less usable systems. This course will mix studio (open project working time) and seminar (readings and discussion) formats.

Competencies: qualitative analysis, teamwork, communication, understanding of context, design, diagnosis

Current course page: Human Factors and Interface Design Wiki FrontPage

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Design Development, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Design Refinement, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Exam, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Final Project Refinement, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Heuristic Evaluation, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Inspirational Designs, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Needs Analysis, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Course Materials: Assignment: Project Proposal, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Information About Course: Course Calendar, Lynn Andrea Stein

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Fall 2010 ENGR 3220: Human Factors in Interface Design: Information About Course: Course Syllabus, Lynn Andrea Stein