CSE165: Human-Computer Interaction

Theory and hands-on practice to understand what makes user interfaces usable and accessible to diverse individuals. Covers human senses and memory and their design implications, requirement solicitation, user-centered design and prototyping techniques, and expert and user evaluations. Interdisciplinary course for social science and engineering majors. Students cannot receive credit for this course and CSE 265 or Digital Arts and New Media 231. Prerequisite(s): Computer Science 15/L.

5 Credits

This class has not been taught recently.

Comments

Formerly CMPE 131

While the information on this web site is usually the most up to date, in the event of a discrepancy please contact your adviser to confirm which information is correct.