Mensch-Computer Interaktion

Within the lecture Mensch-Computer Interaktion (Human-Computer Interaction), usability engineering methods are introduced that aim at measuring and improving the interaction between humans and computer systems. These methods support the systematic analysis of user goals and requirements, the participation of end users in development processes as well as system evaluations with analytic and empirical methods. Among others, the following topics will be covered in the course:

  • Task and requirements analysis
  • Content layout and feature architecture
  • Conceptual design of navigation structures and dialogues
  • Model-based system evaluation
  • Usability inspection methods and walkthroughs
  • Usability testing and eye tracking analysis

Literature

  • Rosson, M.B. & Carroll, J. (2002): Usability Engineering. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
  • van Duyn, D. K.; Landay, J. A. & Hong, J. I. (2003): The Design of Sites - Patterns, Principles and Processes for Crafting a Customer-Centered Web Experience. Addison-Wesley

Details

  • Semester: Winter 2017
  • Course language: German
  • Exam language: German, English
  • Exam type: Written test, Oral examination

Target audience

  • Angewandte Informatik
  • ISE
  • Komedia

Date and location

  • Lecture: Wed., 10:00 to 12:00, LB 107
  • Exercise groups: see LSF

Resources

Contact

Johannes Kunkel

Researcher

Timm Kleemann

Researcher

J├╝rgen Ziegler

Full Professor