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SWE 4783:User Interaction Engineering

3 Credit Hours
Prerequisite: SWE 3313  or SWE 4324  
This course covers the basic theories and principles applied to the design of human-computer interfaces. It introduces students to the basic concepts used in designing interactions. It will cover the basic theory and methods that exist in the field. Case studies are used throughout the readings to exemplify the methods presented and to lend a context to the issues discussed. This course will focus on the semiotic engineering approach to human-computer interaction, in which the interaction is analyzed in terms of communication between the designers of the artifact and the user.



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