Course Outcomes for CSC 454 - Human-Computer Interaction
- Identify the core principles of interaction design and explain how they are reflected in specific interaction styles;
- Explain and compare different interaction styles and evaluate their appropriateness for different task domains, user populations, and environments;
- Build simple formal, behavioral, and cognitive models of human performance (e.g., state machine models, Fitts' Law models, and GOMS models, respectively) for interactive tasks;
- Design and implement an effective interactive system, following best practices in HCI software development;
- Design and carry out empirical usability studies of an interactive system, including statistical analysis of results.
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