INF 385G - Advanced Usability
Graduate standing and Information Studies 385P.
Designed to build upon the skills covered in Information Studies 385P. Individual project evaluating a Web site or other software user interface. Students devise a plan for testing, secure IRB approval to test human subjects, conduct study, analyze date, write a report, and present the results and conclusions. Three lecture hours a week for one semester.
This course will be, for all practical
purposes, parallel individual studies. We will meet three or
four class periods, and then you will be off and running,
carrying out an "industrial-strength" piece of usability/UX work
that you and I have agreed upon. Completion of INF385P,
Usability, or equivalent (with approval of the instructor) is a
prerequisite for this course.
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