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Judith A Ramey
T C 517
Seattle Campus

Usability Testing

Discusses the human-computer interface (HCI) as the communicative aspect of a computer system. Analyzes usability issues in HCI design, explores design-phase methods of predictability, and introduces evaluative methods of usability testing. Prerequisite: substantial experience with computers and graduate standing, or permission of instructor. Offered: A.

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Recommended preparation

Prerequisite: substantial experience with computers and graduate standing, or permission of instructor.

Class assignments and grading

Readings as assigned. Four graded assignments. Attendance is required. Equal participation in group assignments is required.


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Last Update by Katherine C. Long
Date: 04/01/1999