This course covers a number of User Interface Design areas. These, drawn from a number of disciplines, come together to provide a working understanding of an elegant and highly usable User Interface. Subject matter includes topics such as: screen layout, navigation, color, human factors and user-centered design methodologies. These topics are covered from a combination of practical and theoretical viewpoints allowing students to become comfortable with using design guidelines and principals as well as with the analyses required to make decisions on their own. Projects and exercises also expose the student to tools and prototyping techniques.
Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Winter 2008
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