The course introduces the concepts of human-computer interaction and
CPS613 Students will also learn how to develop graphical user interfaces using
- human information processing
- usability principles
- models of interaction
- user interface paradigms
- design of user interfaces
- user-centered design and usability engineering
It is expected that students who successfully complete this course
will have a good understanding of the usability issues surrounding
the design and implementation of user interfaces. Students will
learn how to integrate usability concerns in the software lifecycle,
and how to perform usability testing.
CPS613 Students will also learn how to develop graphical user interfaces
using Visual Studio.
CPS209 for CPS613 students
- CPS613: 1 Semester, 3 lecture hours, 2 lab hours.
- CP8205: 1 Semester, 3 lecture hours, as well as a few labs in common with CPS613
- H/W: Usability lab
- S/W: Visual Studio
Method of Instruction
This course is applied and has a heavy lab component.
Students will develop a medium-sized system and submit it to
a cycle of usability testing before producing a final version.
CPS613 students will also learn Visual Studio individually during the labs.
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