CIT 268 Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction (3)

Inquiry into a wide range of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) issues ranging from the understanding and advocacy of the user in the development of IT applications and systems, to the technical components of design. Topics include foundations of HCI, the nature of the HCI design process, technical aspects and limitations of selected ¿technologies¿ related to HCI, user-centered methodologies for development and deployment, task analysis, ergonomics, accessibility standards, emerging technologies, and principles and methodologies of effective interface design and evaluation. This course will also address appropriate communication skills for effective human-to-human interaction as the foundation for developing effective, user-centered designs.

Prerequisite(s): CIT 157 and CIT 158.

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