ITIS 6360 - User-Centered Design and Evaluation
Credit Hours: (3)
Designed to teach the user-centered design and evaluation process. In particular, students gain hands-on experience with the process of interface design, methods of design, and ways to evaluate and improve the design of interactive software applications in a course-long project. Students learn how to employ techniques which ensure that end-users are fully considered at all stages of the design process, from inception to implementation. Assignments involve planning, designing, and conducting studies to learn about user needs; developing the protocols and instruments for data collection; brainstorming, prototyping, and refining interactive solutions for a user problem; and designing and executing user evaluations of interactive software interfaces.
Prerequisite(s): ITIS 6400 .
Cross-listed as: ITIS 8360 .
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