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COSC 480 B   Tpc:User-Centered Design back to previous pageBack to Results  
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EnrollmentGeneral121204
Total121204

InstructorSmith, Madeline E.
MeetsMW120-235, MCGREG 315
Pre-RequisitesCOSC 102
NotesMust co-register for COSC 480L B (10170); COSC 301 is stongly recommended; Prereq or instructor signature required
DistributionNatural Sciences & Mathematics
Core AreaNone

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Presents the principles and practices of user-centered design (UCD) for mobile app development. UCD principles covered in this course include: user and task analysis, conceptual inquiry and analysis, modeling and design, wireframing, low-fi prototyping, hi-fi prototyping, and user testing. Students apply these concepts during in-class activities, individual homework assignments, and a semester long group project to design and develop a mobile application. There will also be an (optional) trip to Montreal in April to attend CHI 2018, the top research conference on Human-Computer Interaction.


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