This course addresses the fundamental philosophy, processes, principles, and practices of user-centered design of computer systems humans interact with. Students learn how to design user experiences with computer systems by following the steps of user research, conceptual design, prototyping, and evaluation. Usability and interface design principles rooted in human perception and cognition provide the basis for evaluating design decisions. The course is platform-independent and encourages students to experiment with new and emerging technologies. No programming experience required. Ask instructor when this course will be offered.
This course may be of interest to CIT students who want to learn about designing human-computer interfaces.