CIS 524 Computer Interaction and Design
This course provides students with the concepts, theory and design of human-computer interaction (HCI) to address organizational issues. Students learn the practical principles and guidelines to develop high-quality interface designs that users can understand, predict and control. Topics include a strategic and tactical assessment of expert reviews, usability testing, direct manipulation, menu selection and form design. Current HCI topics are addressed with a balanced emphasis on mobile devices, web and desktop platforms.