IH4001 - Human-Computer Interaction design

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IH4001 - Human-Computer Interaction design

Objectives

General objective:

Design interactions of a system intended for users

Detailed objectives:

- Quote and describe the four types of method (descriptive, comparative, predictive, generative) in order to guide the design
- Quote, describe and explain the underlying principles of some methods (action model, cognitive dimensions, instrumental interaction, guides of design, etc.)
- Rely on these methods in order to analyze problems outcome from gathering needs
- Rely on these methods in order to design appropriate graphic interactions
- Concretize the interactions and the graphic representations using appropriate instruments (for example, Scade Design, Vaps)
- Justify the choice of design
- Carry out a heuristic evaluation

Hours

  • Lectures : 15
This course is part of the programme

In brief

ECTS credits : cf Teaching Unit

Number of hours 15

Contact(s)

Stéphane CONVERSY

Phone : +33 5 62 17 40 19

Email : stephane.conversy @ enac.fr