COMP332 | HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION

An introduction to the abstract notions encountered in machine computation. Topics Basic introduction to human-computer interaction, understanding users as they use technology. Understanding the use of conceptual models, user interface design principle, user interface usability and evaluation. Coverage of interaction types, styles, establishing requirements, task analysis and interaction design. Prototypes and evaluation frameworks. . ( 3 credit hours)

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COMP231 | ADVANCED PROGRAMMING
COMP232 | DATA STRUCTURES
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