Instructor: Nigel Ward
Time: 12:00 - 1:20, Mondays and Wednesdays, Liberal Arts Building, Room 106
Details: Syllabus (.pdf)
Instructor Office Hours: MW 2:40-3:45 or by appointment; or drop in at room 3.040
- In Spring 2017 this class will be a graduate-level introduction to human-computer interaction, surveying all the main topics in the field and giving experience in the principal design and analysis methods, and providing in-depth coverage of selected fundamental methods and advanced topics chosen based on student interests.
- Textbook (required):
Designing the User Interface, 6th edition (yes, the new, expensive edition).
Ben Shneiderman, Catherine Plaisant et al. Addison-Wesley, 2017.
- Designing with the Mind in Mind, 2nd Edition.
Jeff Johnson. Morgan Kaufmann 2014. (Elsevier link) (sample chapter) (summary video)
- Designing Interfaces: Patterns for Effective Interaction Design, 2nd edition.
Jenifer Tidwell. O'Reilly, 2011. (link)
- User-Centered Website Development: A Human-Computer Interaction Approach.
Daniel D. McCracken and Rosalee J. Wolfe. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2004. (link)
- Building Interactive Systems.
Dan R. Olsen Jr. Course Technology, 2010. (link)
- HCI Videos etc.
- Rosson and Carroll's Usability Case Studies
- OK/Cancel Comics
- Don't Click It
- The Inamo Mouse System: A Hacktastic Story
- Metaphors for Human-Computer Interaction, Susan Brennan
Related Classes, with many useful links
- UTEP CS 4317, Professor Novick
- Coursera's HCI course, Professor Klemmer
- Calgary CPSC 481, Professor Greenberg, including Graphical Screen Design
- UMD CMSC 434, Professor Froehlich