Semester 1 2019/2020
Lecturer: Dr. Kami Vaniea
(email@example.com) and Dr. Aurora Constantin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Where to find all the resources we use in the class.
- Lecture Recordings - Go to Learn and click on "Media Hopper Replay".
- Other Videos - Go to Learn and click on "Additional Videos" on the left hand side.
These videos include a make-up video for Lecture 2 and some other examples of HCI methodologies.
- Coursework Discussion - Piazza
- Readings - Select pages from Universal Methods of Design (UMD) can be found on Learn. Individual links can also be found in the outline below.
The course will follow a similar format to the 2017/2018 course schedule
Questions around coursework should be directed to Piazza
- Coursework 1: Design
- Coursework 2: Evaluate
- Formative feedback: Verbal feedback on both coursework will
be provided by the lecturer during the weekly tutorials. One
of the aims of the formative feedback for the coursework is to
align in good time the student's proposed solutions with the
advertised marking scheme.
- Marks with written summative feedback on the coursework will
be returned by the dates given above.
Sign up for tutorials by going to: https://student.inf.ed.ac.uk
Tutorials start in week 3. A worksheet will be issued before each tutorial.
For tutorials were we are doing a hands-on activity you may be
asked to think about a topic in advance or gather some experiences from your friends. For tutorials where we are going over example
exam problems the problems will be posted in advance and the answers discussed during the tutorial.
- Paper Prototype Evaluation
- Survey Question Design
- Think Aloud
- Affinity Diagram
- Universal methods of design 100 ways to research complex problems, develop innovative ideas, and design effective solutions
ebook available: from the library.
- Designed for Use: Create Usable Interfaces for Applications and the Web by Lukas Mathis
More online resources
- HCI exam will be held in December 2017. Please double check
information with the university's Examination
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