Lecture Topics in Human Computer Interaction

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These pages collect various topics, assignments and materials in human computer interaction that I select for use in my introductory human computer interaction courses.

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These pages collect various topics, assignments and materials in human computer interaction that I select for use in various versions of my introductory human computer interaction courses.

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(:cell:)Teaching Human Computer Interaction to Programmers. Greenberg, S. (1996).

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(:cellnr:) Publications (:cell:)Teaching Human Computer Interaction to Programmers. Greenberg, S. (1996).

  • long version: ACM Interactions, July/August, 1996
  • short version: ACM SIGCHI Bulletin, March, 1996.
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  1. Task centered design and prototyping
  2. Usability studies
  3. System redesign, implementation, and evaluation
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Part 1. Overview

  • Introduction to the academic course and to HCI (updated summer 2004)
  • Introduction to the industrial course and to HCI
  • I hate computers: A 1 hour motivational introduction to HCI (updated summer 2005)

Part 2: Understanding Design

  • Design of Everyday Things (updated summer 2004)
  • History of Human Computer Interaction (updated summer 2005)

Part 3: Designing with the User

  • Evaluating Interfaces with Users: Qualitative Methods
  • Evaluating Interfaces with Users: Controlled Experiments
  • User Centered Design and Prototyping (updated summer 2005)
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Part 4: Designing Without the User

  • Task-Centered System Design (updated summer 2004)
  • High Level Models of Human Behaviour (old, but still valid)

Part 5: Designing Visual Interfaces

  • Beyond Screen Design
  • Graphical Screen Design
  • Usability Heuristics

Part 6: Implementing GUIs

  • Windowing Systems and Toolkits (old, language specific, dated)
  • Visual Basic Examples (old, language specific, dated)

Part 7: The Future Visions of the future (old)

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Part 4: Designing Without the User

Part 5: Designing Visual Interfaces

Part 6: Implementing GUIs

Part 7: The Future

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(:cellnr:) Topics (:cell:) Part 1. Overview

  • Introduction to the academic course and to HCI (updated summer 2004)
  • Introduction to the industrial course and to HCI
  • I hate computers: A 1 hour motivational introduction to HCI (updated summer 2005)

Part 2: Understanding Design

  • Design of Everyday Things (updated summer 2004)
  • History of Human Computer Interaction (updated summer 2005)

Part 3: Designing with the User

  • Evaluating Interfaces with Users: Qualitative Methods
  • Evaluating Interfaces with Users: Controlled Experiments
  • User Centered Design and Prototyping (updated summer 2005)

Part 4: Designing Without the User

  • Task-Centered System Design (updated summer 2004)
  • High Level Models of Human Behaviour (old, but still valid)

Part 5: Designing Visual Interfaces

  • Beyond Screen Design
  • Graphical Screen Design
  • Usability Heuristics

Part 6: Implementing GUIs

  • Windowing Systems and Toolkits (old, language specific, dated)
  • Visual Basic Examples (old, language specific, dated)

Part 7: The Future Visions of the future (old) (:tableend :)

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(:title Lecture Topics in Human Computer Interaction :) These pages collect various topics, assignments and materials in human computer interaction that I select for use in my introductory human computer interaction courses.