The participants will after the course have a basis for understanding the interaction between human beings and computers and the relations between design and use and practical experience with interaction design and its techniques and methods. The working method of the course will also train the participants to plan and complete projects.
GoalsThe participants must at the end of the course be able to:
ContentsThe participants work in groups and focus on selected examples. These examples constitute the backbone of a project that runs through all seven weeks.
Types of teachingLectures (2+1h/week), exercises (3h/week)
Compulsory program2 project reviews
LecturerMarianne Graves Petersen
Teaching materialsSharp, Rogers, Preece: Interaction Design; beyond human-computer interaction. 2. edition
EvaluationGroup project and written take-home exam
QuarterQ3 in 2007 and 2008
Course typeMandatory introductory course