CIS 431: Human-Computer Interactn
Pre-Requisite: CIS 362
General Education requirement: Natural Science Technology
Theory and principles for constructing usable software systems. Cognitive and effective aspects of users. The impact of user characteristics on design decisions. The construction and evaluation of the user interface. Sensory and perceptual aspects of interfaces, task structure, input modalities, screen layout, and user documentation. Individual concerns for systems such as personal productivity tools, real-time control systems, instructional software, and games.