Module code: G5026
15 credits in autumn semester
Teaching method: Lecture, Seminar
Assessment modes: Coursework
You'll learn about the main areas, approaches and developments in human computer interaction (HCI), which involves designing, evaluating and deploying usable, effective and enjoyable technologies in a range of contexts.
You cover topics such as:
- user-centred design principles
- techniques for prototyping and implementing interactive products
- methods for evaluating interactive technologies with and without user involvement.
You'll also gain practical experience of all four stages of the user-centred design process.
Module learning outcomes
- Demonstrate an understanding of what is meant by good design, and examine experiences of designing systems that are usable by people.
- Understand how to apply a variety of methods for evaluating the quality of interfaces.
- Understand how to apply a variety of methods for conducting iterative user-centred design.