IT 5235/5235H – Advanced Web Interfaces
Previously IT 4235 Problems in Web Applications
This course provides an introduction and application of human-computer interaction theories to web-based applications. It covers the evaluation of user interfaces using various techniques including heuristic evaluation and user testing. For graduate students a significant research project will be assigned as a culminating experience.
A minimum grade of “C” in all of the following: IT 2430 or IT 3130 and IT 3132.
On completion of the course, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of human computer interaction theories.
- Demonstrate an understanding of HCI design principles.
- Demonstrate an understanding of HCI evaluation methodologies.
- Apply HCI principles to web applications.
- Contribute appropriately to collaborative project assignments and case analysis.
- Identify and evaluate new HCI methodologies and approaches.
- Apply HCI principles and methodologies to international user interfaces and web application.
Rationale for Inclusion
Advanced course work that builds on the fundamental course work to provide depth.
Last updated: 6/17/2016