INF 385C - Human Computer Interaction
The history and importance of human-computer interaction (HCI), theories of HCI design, modeling of computer users and interfaces, empirical techniques for analyzing systems and interfaces, interface design, and styles of interaction. Emphasis on reviewing research papers, current works, and future directions in HCI research. Three lecture hours a week for one semester.
Both sections of INF 385C will meet together for combined lecture Th 9-10:30am in UTA 1.208, then break into smaller discussion format in UTA 1.204.