Human-Computer Interaction Design Methods: Fall 2012


Tamara L. Clegg


iSchool at Maryland


Fall 2012


This course covers methods of user-centered design, including understanding user needs, ideation, contextual design, participatory design, iterative prototyping, and visual design. Readings will include journal and conference papers, book chapters, government documents, commercial websites, and more. All students will be expected to complete small group in-class exercises, class discussions, “design workout” homework, a poster presentation, and final group project presentation/prototype.

Required Textbook:

No required textbook.

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