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Human Computer Interaction: Course outline (SE3223)

Course contents

Contexts for HCI, Psychology of usable things, Processes for User-Centered Design, Metrics and Measures for Evaluation, Usability heuristics and principles of Usability testing, Physical capabilities, Cognitive and social models for interaction design, Principles of good interaction design, Accessibility, Principles of GUI, Visual design elements, Data gathering, Task analysis, Prototyping, Help and user documentation, Internationalization, Usability inspection methods, Usability testing methods, New Interaction Technologies, Usability in practice, Visual Design and Typography, Icon Design, Ubiquitous, Augmented and Virtual Reality.

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