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David Hendry
INFO 440
Seattle Campus

Design Methods for Interaction and Systems

Theoretical and practical examination of the information systems design process. Techniques for assessing the need for technology, specifying the system design, and involving users in the design process are explored. Design methods include social impact statements, future scenarios, mock-ups, rapid prototyping, field-testing, heuristic evaluation. Prerequisite: CSE 373.

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Last Update by David Hendry
Date: 09/26/2002