Human-computer Interaction I: Fundamentals University of Sao Paulo
Interactive systems are present in the daily lives of individuals who make explicit or implicit use of a variety of computing devices. This course provides students with a comprehensive overview of the key concepts, techniques and methods that can be used in the design and evaluation of such systems.
The course aims at presenting the fundamental concepts, techniques and methods for the design, development and evaluation of interactive systems.
Weighted average among exams, seminars and practical work.
Interaction design. User experience. Conceptual models. Metaphors. Paradigms. Cognitive, social and emotional aspects. Interface types. Natural interfaces. Interfaces for mobile devices. Techniques for identification and analysis requirements. Design, prototyping and construction. Agile UX. Design patterns. Avalia__o: inspection techniques and usability testing.
Online Course Requirement
Maria da Gra_a Campos Pimentel
The complementary course “Human-computer Interaction II: practice” allows students to develop a project while applying the concepts tackled in this course.
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Email address: http://conteudo.icmc.usp.br/Portal/conteudo/1079/538/foreign-scholars