1714 – Human–Computer Interaction
- Module: BMINF016
- Lecture code: 1714
- Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Elaine Huang
- Teaching assistant: Dr. Anton Fedosov, Nimra Ahmed, Natalia Obukhova
- Schedule: Mon 10:15-12:00, Thu 14:00-15:45. Lectures Podcasts are available.
- Room: BIN-1-B.01
- Exam: 16.06.2022 14:00-16:00. (online)
- OLAT: course link
The Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) course provides students with a comprehensive "toolkit" of principles, processes, and approaches for designing interactive systems that address human needs and provide a good user experience. Central to the course is the human-centered design process which focuses on understanding problems from the human perspective, the iterative design cycle, and continuous analysis of design through gathering design feedback.
The course is structured around a semester-long team project addressing a real-world human problem through HCI approaches. Lectures will teach the principles, theory, and methods that are fundamental to Human-Computer Interaction. Students will learn to apply this knowledge in practice through the multi-part team project.
70% Group Project
20% Final Exam