Interactive Systems Design

“On completing this course in Interactive Systems Design, you should understand: the differences between users and designers; the perceptual, cognitive and

“On completing this course in Interactive Systems Design, you should understand: the differences between users and designers; the perceptual, cognitive and physical limitations of users; the role of interface design in the software engineering lifecycle; how to identify user tasks from informal requirements; how to use text, forms, menus and graphics in interactive systems; how to evaluate the utility and usability of human computer interfaces.”


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Date:
November 23, 2016
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