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CSCI 264 – Design of Human-Computer Interface The George Washington University Department of Computer Science
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Course Information • Instructor: – John Sibert (sibert at gwu.edu) • Time: – Tuesdays, 6:10-8:40pm • Place: – 2020 K street room 11
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Course Description • "Design of dialogues for interactive systems. Psychological, physiological, linguistic, and perceptual factors. Advantages and disadvantages of various interaction techniques, command language syntaxes, and data presentations. Design methodology and guidelines. Case studies, research readings, and projects. Prerequisite: CSCI 210."
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Topic Outline Week Date Topic 1 1/12 Introduction 2 1/19 Design Methodology I 3 1/26 Design Methodology II 4 2/2 Dialog Styles 5 2/9 Design Criteria Guidelines I 6 2/16 Design Criteria Guidelines II 7 2/23 Visual Display of Information 8 3/2 Evaluating Interface Designs
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Week Date Topic 9 3/9 10 3/16 No Class (Spring Break) 11 3/23 Design of Experiments 12 3/30 Interaction Devices & Techniques 13 4/6 GOMS Model 14 4/13 UI Software Tools 15 4/20
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