4 Course Objectives This course aims to: Introduce the basic concepts and evolution of human-computer interactionDiscuss prevalent issues and requirement in HCIHighlight the effects of different models of interactionExplain the process of interaction design principles/rulesExplain the concepts of usability in designing interfacesEvaluate techniques in interface design
6 Rules & Regulations Assignment Submission Policy ATTENDANCE IS COMPULSORY. Those who have attendance less than 80% are not allowed to take final exam.If you are absent from the lecture due toSickness – MC is requiredEmergency – letter from guardian is required Assignment Submission PolicyIt is important that you MUST meet the deadlines specified for each assignment.If you are unable to meet the deadlines, you will be given penalty 25% of your total mark.
7 CISB213 - HCI Human-Computer Interaction 3rd Edition Text book:Human-Computer Interaction3rd Editionby Alan Dix, Janet Finlay,Gregory D. Abowd,Russell Beale,Prentice Hall, 2004
8 CISB213 - HCIInteraction Design: Beyond Human - Computer Interaction, 3rd Edition, Rogers Y, Sharp H, Preece J,Wiley, 2011
9 CISB213 - HCIOther references:1. Designing the User Interface-Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction, 5th Edition, by Ben Shneiderman and Catherine Plaisant, Pearson Addison Wesley, 2010.2. Designing the Mobile User Experience by Ballard and Barbara, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2007.