This course is an introductory course on human-computer interaction, covering the principles, techniques, and open areas of development in HCI.
Why Take This Course?
The class covers three broad categories of topics within human-computer interaction: (a) the principles and characteristics of the interaction between humans and computers; (b) the techniques for designing and evaluating user-centered systems; and (c) current areas of cutting-edge research and development in human-computer interaction.
Although the free version of this course does not include any assessments, you are welcome to follow along with the assignments that Georgia Tech students complete as part of enrollment in this course.
Feedback Cycles and Direct Manipulation
Design Principles and Heuristics
Mental Models and Distributed Cognition
Needfinding and Requirements Gathering
Low-Fidelity to High-Fidelity Prototyping
Predictive, Empirical, and Qualitative Evaluation
Virtual and Augmented Reality, and others
Ubiquitous and Context-Sensitive Computing, and others