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This course will introduce you to the fundamental principles of human-computer interaction (HCI), more often referred to as "User Experience" in industry and professional contexts. You will try out a variety of research and design techniques through a team-based human-centered design project. By the end of the quarter you should have material of appropriate quality for including in a portfolio or discussing in a job interview.
That said, you will not become a UX expert in a single 10-week course. You will leave this course with a better understanding of what skills you might wish to develop further on your own or through future coursework.
That said, you will not become a UX expert in a single 10-week course. You will leave this course with a better understanding of what skills you might wish to develop further on your own or through future coursework.
Given that most PSU students will not go on to be UX professionals, the larger goal of the course is to help you understand how, when, and why HCI/UX expertise can contribute to technology design and development.
Given that most PSU students will not go on to be UX professionals, the larger goal of the course is to help you understand how, when, and why HCI/UX expertise can contribute to technology design and development.
**There are no pre-requisites for this class.** All students are expected to be prepared to read and write at the college level, and should be willing to learn new things!
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<description>Course CS 410/510 - Introduction to Human Computer Interaction Meetings MW Section: 2:00-3:50, FAB 46TR Section: 2:00-3:50, UTS 304You may only attend the section for which you are registered. Final Exam MW Section: Weds March 18, 12:30-2:20TR Section: Mon March 16, 10:15-12:05 Instructor Dr. Ellie Harmon [email protected] she / her / hers Office Hours T 4:00 - 5:30, FAB 120-15Or by appointment TA TBD TA Office Hours TBD Prerequisites None.</description>
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<description>Week Meeting 1 Meeting 2 Sunday, 11:59 1 Observing Project Intro RR1 2 [S1] What is UX Ethics RR2 D0 3 [S2] Interviewing Meetings on T+W only 4 [S3] HCI History RR3 HCI Present RR4 5 [S4] Problems RR5 Values RR6 6 [S5] Data Critical Design RR7 D1 7 Presentation I Brainstorming 8 [S6] Storyboarding Human Factors RR8 D2 9 [S7] Prototyping &amp;amp; Evaluation Traps &amp;amp; Persuasion RR9 10 [S8] Inclusion RR10 Troubling Design RR11 D3 Finals Final Meeting: Presentation II Friday: Final Reflection Finals Week: The final meeting is scheduled by the registrar and is considered an integral part of the course.</description>
<description>Week Meeting 1 Meeting 2 Sunday, 11:59 1 Observing Project Intro RR1 2 Ethics RR2 [S1] What is UX D0 3 [S2] Interviewing Meeting on T+W only 4 Values RR3 [S3] Problems RR4 5 Critical Design RR5 [S4] Data 6 Presentation I [S5] Inclusion RR6 D1 7 Brainstorming [S6] Storyboarding 8 Human Factors RR7 [S7] Prototyping &amp;amp; Evaluation D2 9 HCI History RR8 [S8] HCI Present RR9 10 Traps &amp;amp; Persuasion RR10 Troubling Design RR11 D3 F Final: Presentation II Friday: Final Reflection Finals Week: The final meeting is scheduled by the registrar and is considered an integral part of the course.</description>
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<p>I conduct <a href="./research/">research</a> about the promises, threats, and impacts of contemporary computing. I've studied: labor and the future of work, philanthropy and social change, microbial science, suburban family life, and possibilities for disconnection on the Pacific Crest Trail.</p>
<p>I work to make computer science more broadly accessible, relevant, and welcoming. I am developing <a href="./classes/cs199/">a new intro CS class</a> at PSU; I am co-director of <a href="http://cyberpdx.org">CyberPDX</a>, a summer camp for broadening participation in cybersecurity; and I am the faculty advisor for the PSU <a href="http://wics.cs.pdx.edu">We in Computer Science (WiCS)</a> student organization.</p>
<p>I use she/her pronouns and I thru-hiked the PCT in 2013.</p>
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<p>This course will introduce you to the fundamental principles of human-computer interaction (HCI), more often referred to as &ldquo;User Experience&rdquo; in industry and professional contexts. You will try out a variety of research and design techniques through a team-based human-centered design project. By the end of the quarter you should have material of appropriate quality for including in a portfolio or discussing in a job interview.</p>
<p>That said, you will not become a UX expert in a single 10-week course. You will leave this course with a better understanding of what skills you might wish to develop further on your own or through future coursework.</p>
<p>Given that most PSU students will not go on to be UX professionals, the larger goal of the course is to help you understand how, when, and why HCI/UX expertise can contribute to technology design and development.</p>
<h4 id="learning-goals">Learning Goals</h4>
<p>Upon the successful completion of this course you will be able to<sup id="fnref:4"><a href="#fn:4" class="footnote-ref" role="doc-noteref">4</a></sup>:</p>
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<p>This course is based on a course I developed as a Graduate Student Instructor at University of California, Irvine and which was itself based on the Intro to HCI course I took as part of my MS in HCI at Georgia Tech. Although it has evolved in the years since, the general structure of the course benefited greatly from the input of <a href="http://lynndombrowski.com">Lynn Dombrowski</a>, <a href="https://jedbrubaker.com">Jed Brubaker</a>, <a href="http://www.gillianhayes.com/">Gillian Hayes</a>, <a href="http://www.dourish.com/">Paul Dourish</a>, and <a href="https://quote.ucsd.edu/lirani/">Lilly Irani</a>.</p>
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