Human-Computer Interaction

About

Offered as CMPE131, CMPE231, and DANM231: Human-Computer Interaction

This course presents theories and practices in Human-Computer Interaction that allow development of user interfaces that are fit for the purposes of their diverse users in a variety of contexts. It informs students how to gather user requirements, create prototypes, and conduct evaluations to verify the design.

Lecture: Social Science 1, Room 161, Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00-11:45 AM (map)

Discussion sections: Wednesday at 11:00, 12:30, and 2:00 in Porter Acad 146 (map)

Office hours:

  • Kurniawan: TBA
  • Holloway: Thursday 3:00pm to 4:00pm, and by appointment via Skype (fireHC11)

Google Calendar: link

Grading

Homework (grad students: includes paper reviews): 15%
Exam: 25%
Quiz / Presentations: 10%
Project: Milestones, report, and presentation: 50% 

About the project

Please read more about the project on the HCI:Project page. 

Additional suggested readings

Note: More will be added later in the quarter

Instructors and Assistants