INFO-H 543 INTERACTION DESIGN METHODS (3 CR.)
Students will learn basic concepts and methods for usability studies and evaluation of interactive systems as well as apply those methods to actual system design evaluations. This course is not only for understanding the basics and traditional approaches in this area, but also for exploring new ways of evaluating the usability of state-of-the-art technology-based systems such as systems in ubiquitous computing, CSCW, tangible and social computing areas.
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|LEC||3||35777||Closed||6:00 p.m.–8:40 p.m.||M||IT 077||Martin-Hammond A
|LEC||3||35778||Open||ARR||ARR||WB WEB||Wilson M
Regular Academic Session / 100% Online All
LEC 35778: Total Seats: 45 / Available: 27 / Waitlisted: 0Show Details for section 35778
- This is a 100% online delivered class. No on-campus or synchronous class meetings are required.
- This class requires an INFO Laboratory Fee I. Current rates are available at http://go.iu.edu/IUPUIfees