Human-computer interaction (HCI) is the subject to research the design, implementation and evaluation of the interactive computing systems used by human beings. The main contents of this course include: (1) The nature of HCI (HCI model), (2) Computer applications and scenarios (social organization and work, application field, human-computer adaptation), (3) Characteristics of human (Human information processing, language, communication and interaction), (4) Computer systems and interface construction (input and output devices, dialogue technology, dialog style, human-computer interaction, Computer graphics, dialog architecture), (5) Development process (design methodology, implementation techniques, evaluation techniques, example systems and case studies, project demonstrations and Ergonomics).

Learning outcomes

Students should understand the basic knowledge of: (1) HCI, (2) processes in dealing with information, (3) computer input and output devices and hardware technology, (4) HCI interface, (5) basic theory of color and icon, (6) HCI assessment, (7) new types of HCI technology like WEB3.0.



Number of credit hours per week 2
Course eligibility Optional
Presence of students On-campus