Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction 7,5 Credits
Course ContentsThe course introduces the students to user research concepts, methods and techniques as they
are used throughout the design process to identify needs, behavioural patterns, and
functionalities. It provides students with a basic understanding of the differences between
interviews and surveys, cultural probes and ethnography, behavioural or attitudinal approaches,
qualitative and quantitative methodologies, and practically illustrates how to turn user research
results into communicable synthetic deliverables such as personas or user journeys.
The course also stresses the importance of culture and context in the practice of user research.
The course includes the following parts:
- introduction to the New Media Design program
- application of user research concepts and methodologies to real-world projects
- creation of deliverables such as personas, storyboards, and user journeys based on user research
- conducting user research in the context of team work and collaborative projects
- establishing useful and realistic research goals and objectives
- preparation of reports and present results of user research to stakeholders
PrerequisitesGeneral entry requirements and Mathematics 2a or 2b or 2c and English 6. Or: Mathematics B and English B (or the equivalent).
Level of Education: Undergraduate
Course code/Ladok code: TIGG10
The course is conducted at: School of EngineeringLast modified 2023-02-24 07:17:40