INFO-I 300 HUMAN-COMPUTER INTERACTION DESIGN AND PROGRAMMING (3 CR.)
An intermediate course that teaches students how to assess the usability of software through quantitative and qualitative methods, including conducting task analyses, usability studies, heuristic inspections, interviews, surveys, and focus groups. The course also introduces students to the tool and techniques for designing and testing user interfaces based on a human-centered methodology.
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|LEC||3||7849||Open||11:15 a.m.–1:45 p.m.||TWR||IF 0117||Chivukula S
Six Week - Second / In Person
LEC 7849: Total Seats: 50 / Available: 38 / Waitlisted: 0
- I 300: P - INFO-I 202 or INFO-I 222
- Permission to register for INFO-I 300 will be put on the day after you register for INFO-I 202 (if taking both classes this summer). You do not need to contact anyone for this permission.
- Above class meets In Person. For more information visit https://covid.iu.edu/learning-modes/index.html