Usability and Design
Students will consider usability issues faced by web and application designers and will apply available research methods, tools and techniques to assess and build user interfaces. Major topics include cognitive models, needs analysis, user analysis, heuristic evaluation, prototyping and practical evaluation tools and techniques. While developing a real-world application, students will collect and evaluate many kinds of data about users and their activities and translate them into design decisions.
Prerequisite: Complete WEB-225 or CSI-240
Not Offered This Semester