Spring '18 Human-Computer Interaction
 

In reading section, D is Dix et al. (2003); P is Preece et al. (2015), and S is Saffer (2009).
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Date

Lecture

Reading

Assignment

W1:
2/26, 2/28
+ Course Overview
+ Overview of Human-Computer Interaction
Read:
+ (D) "Introduction" pp. 1-8.
+ (S) "A (Very) Brief History of Interaction Design", in Ch. 1 "What is Interaction Design", pp. 8 - 19.
+ Kim, J. (2012). Ch. 1 "HCI and UX", in Introduction to Human-Computer Interaction. ann graphics Ltd., pp. 15 - 44. (in Korean)

Recommended:
+ Nickerson, R. and T. Landauer (1997). "Human-Computer Interaction: Background and Issues," in Handbook of Human-Computer Interaction (2nd ed.) (M. Helander, T. Landauer & P. Prabhu eds.). Amsterdam: North-Holland, pp, 3 - 31.

+ Proposal Theme Presentation by TA
W2:
3/5, 3/7
+ The Human Read:
+ (D) Ch. 1 "The Human" pp. 11-58.
+ Norman, D. (1990). Ch. 1 "The Psychopathology of Everyday Things", in The Design of Everyday Things. New York: Doubleday, pp, 1 - 33.
+ Miller, G. (1956). The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two: Some Limits on Our Capacity for Processing Information. Psychological Review 63(2), 81-97.

Recommended:
+ (P) Ch. 5 "Emotional Interaction" pp. 127-156.

+ Project Proposal handed out