CS 305 - Human Computer Communications

Note: This course has been discontinued as of August 31, 2015. Please see CS 428 for a related new course.

Description: This course stresses the importance of good interfaces and the relationship of user interface design to human-computer interaction. Other topics include: interface quality and methods of evaluation; interface design examples; dimensions of interface variability; dialogue genre; dialogue tools and techniques; user-centered design and task analysis; prototyping and the iterative design cycle; user interface implementation; prototyping tools and environments; I/O devices; basic computer graphics; color and sound.

Prerequisites: CS 215
Credit Hours: 3

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Hardware: PC's

Software: RAD package such as PowerBuilder
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