This paper will offer advanced topics in Human-Computer Interaction. Topics may change from year to year to focus on specific areas such as mobile computing, computer supported cooperative work, information visualisation, etc.
After passing this paper, students will have a more detailed understanding of the importance of human-computer interaction, and its related issues to design, development, and evaluation of complex computer applications in a specific area.
Three 300 level Computer Science papers, including
COMP324 Interactive Multimedia Systems or
COMP325 Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction
Admission to this paper is at the discretion of the Chairperson of Department.
COMP425/525 Topics in Human-Computer Interaction
COMP538 Topics in Human-Computer Interaction
The focus of this course will be on Interaction Design, and more particularly on the use of sketching and prototyping in designing user experience. Most of the lectures will involve activities around sketching and prototyping in which all students must take part. Some of the lectures will be used for student presentations and discussions.
Buxton, Bill, Sketching User Experiences: Getting the Design Right and the Right Design, ISBN: 978-0-12-374037-3.
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0
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