Teaching

HCI, Fall semester, 2017

2017-09-05 22:47

Human Computer Interaction for bachelor students. Syllabus.

Read course assignment requirements. Word template might be useful for written assignments.

Exam will take place on the 5th of June in the room 421 at 10 a.m.   Exam questions

(Earlier term: the 2nd of June, 14:00 (407 Didl).

Description of assignments:

  1. User needs analysis (Deadline: the 17th of October) Review assignment 1
  2. Alternative mockups. (Deadline: the 21st of November. Review assignment 2
  3. Analytical evaluation. Deadline: the 21st of November,  Review asignment 3
  4. Prototype (deadline – end of the semester)
    • Useful prototyping tool: Proto.io (only 11 days)
  5. Usability testing (deadline – end of the semester).

Lectures

  1. Introduction to the course (pdf) – Feb 10, 2017
    1 Homework:  create a team and propose an idea that will form the basis of a course project for this semester.
  2. User needs analysis – PACT framework (pdf) – Feb 17, 2017
    Homework: Approach the project idea from the PACT perspective. Who are the users? Which current user activities can be improved using technologies?
  3. Gathering data to understand user needs (pdf)
  4. Interaction design process: User-centered design, users/stakeholders (pdf)
    Home work: Describe user needs according to the user experience levels.
  5. System usability. accessibility and acceptability issues (pdf)
    Prepare 1st assignment: User needs analysis and at least 15 user goals. Formulate usability objectives.
  6. Mockups and prototypes (pdf).
    Homework: Decompose the user objectives into steps. You can choose which method to use: storyboaring, hierarchical task analysis or UML use cases and sequences. Find inspirating solutions for specified steps. Prepare the the first assignment.
    Presentation of the 1st assignment.
    Assignment 2: Alternative mockups
    Homework: Create the rapid electronic mockup.
  7. Information architecture 
  8. Usability design rules (pdf)
    Reading: [2]. Chapter 7, section 7.2.
    Homework 2. Read and reflect the usability design rules while designing alternative mockups. Each group should create at least two versions of possible interface.
  9. Analytical evalutaions: heuristic evaluation
  10. Analitical evaluations: cognitive walkthrough.
    Home work: evaluate collegues’ mockups using heuristical evaluation and cognitive waltkthrough.
  11. Visual design aspects
  12. Evaluation types(pdf)
  13. Testing with users in  controlled and natural environments
    Reading: [1] chapter 14.1-14,4
  14. Model-based evaluations (pdf)

Recommended readings (available in the library of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Naugarduko 24):

  1. David Benyon. Designing Interactive Systems: A Comprehensive Guide to HCI and Interaction Design. Wiley, 2005, 2010, 2014.
  2. Preece Jennifer, Yvonee Rogers, Helen Sharp. Interaction design: Beyond human – computer interaction. John Wiley & Sons, 2011, 2007, 2002.
  3. Dix, A., Finlay, J., Abowd, G., Beale, R. Human Computer Interaction. London: Prentice Hall Europe, 2006.
  4. Shneiderman, Ben; Plaisant, Catherine. Designing the user interface: strategies for effective human-computer interaction (5th edition). Pearson: Addison Wesley, 2010, 2005.

Projects

2015-09-10 16:40

HCI, Spring semester, 2017

2015-02-12 11:40

Human Computer Interaction for bachelor students. Syllabus.

Read course assignment requirements. Word template might be useful for written assignments.

Exam will take place on the 5th of June in the room 421 at 10 a.m.   Exam questions

(Earlier term: the 2nd of June, 14:00 (407 Didl).

Description of assignments:

  1. User needs analysis(Deadline: the 16th of March) Review assignment 1
  2. Alternative mockups. Deadline: the 7th of April. Review assignment 2
  3. Analytical evaluation. Deadline: the 28th of April Review asignment 3
  4. Prototype (deadline – end of the semester)
    • Useful prototyping tool: Proto.io (only 11 days)
  5. Usability testing (deadline – end of the semester).

Lectures

  1. Introduction to the course (pdf) – Feb 10, 2017
    1 Homework:  create a team and propose an idea that will form the basis of a course project for this semester.
  2. User needs analysis – PACT framework (pdf) – Feb 17, 2017
    Homework: Approach the project idea from the PACT perspective. Who are the users? Which current user activities can be improved using technologies?
  3. Interaction design process: User-centered design, users/stakeholders (pdf) –
    Home work: Describe user needs according to the user experience levels.
  4. System usability. accessibility and acceptability issues (pdf)
    Prepare 1st assignment: User needs analysis and at least 15 user goals. Formulate usability objectives.
  5. Task analysis
    Homework: Decompose the user objectives into steps. You can choose which method to use: storyboaring, hierarchical task analysis or UML use cases and sequences. Find inspirating solutions for specified steps. Prepare the the first assignment.
  6. Mockups and prototypes (pdf).
    Presentation of the 1st assignment.
    Assignment 2: Alternative mockups
    Homework: Create the rapid electronic mockup.
  7. Information architecture 
  8. Usability design rules (pdf)
    Reading: [2]. Chapter 7, section 7.2.
    Homework 2. Read and reflect the usability design rules while designing alternative mockups. Each group should create at least two versions of possible interface.
  9. Analytical evalutaions: heuristic evaluation
  10. Analitical evaluations: cognitive walkthrough.
    Home work: evaluate collegues’ mockups using heuristical evaluation and cognitive waltkthrough.
  11. Visual design aspects
  12. Evaluation types(pdf)
  13. Testing with users in  controlled and natural environments
    Reading: [1] chapter 14.1-14,4
  14. Gathering data to understand user needs (pdf)
  15. Model-based evaluations (pdf)

Recommended readings (available in the library of the Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Naugarduko 24):

  1. David Benyon. Designing Interactive Systems: A Comprehensive Guide to HCI and Interaction Design. Wiley, 2005, 2010, 2014.
  2. Preece Jennifer, Yvonee Rogers, Helen Sharp. Interaction design: Beyond human – computer interaction. John Wiley & Sons, 2011, 2007, 2002.
  3. Dix, A., Finlay, J., Abowd, G., Beale, R. Human Computer Interaction. London: Prentice Hall Europe, 2006.
  4. Shneiderman, Ben; Plaisant, Catherine. Designing the user interface: strategies for effective human-computer interaction (5th edition). Pearson: Addison Wesley, 2010, 2005.

Assignment 2

2014-02-20 16:28

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Seminar schedule (2017, spring)

2014-02-17 13:34

Back to the main page            Choose seminar topic from the list

 

Data Topic Name
Feb 20  18. HCI in aviation safety Viktos Ševaldin
Feb 27  11. Wearables Martynas Lyčius
 3.  Augmented Experiences Mantas Giedrimass
Mar 13  8. Input techniques for mobiles Arnas Bastys
Mar 20 15. Visualisation of geographical information Antanas Bareikis
Mar 27  4. Interaction in 3D Space (CHI’15) Aivaras Šilalė
22. Social computing Aurimas Smoliakas
Apr 3 5. Collaborative meeting environments (CSCW’16) Tomas Orvidas
14. Wrist and hand interaction II (MobileHCI’16) Patricijus Cvizonas
 Apr 24  Project presentations
May 8 19. Video on mobile devices Andi Breshanai
Games and learning (video 1, video 2) Moisés Negrín
17. Big Data and Local Society Tomas Martinkėnas
 May 15 9. Touch interaction Žygimantas Skrolis
7. In-Air Gesture (HCI’16) Pavol Ulbrich
 May 22 20. Brain measurement for usability testing Edgaras Karka
13. Wayfinding Justas Palumickas
Design for mobiles Mantas Lukoševičius
May 29 Seminar presenatation (Vaida Kisieliūtė)

Project presentations


(Lietuvių) Projekto tematikų pavyzdžiai

2014-02-10 10:59

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Human computer interaction design (2017, Spring semester)

2014-02-10 10:48

This master course is a theoretical and practical exploration of human computer interaction design. The information contained in this page is continually updated and supplemented.

Syllabus – 2016/2017

Exam questions

Seminars:

    • seminar schedule: the list of topics allocated to students
      • deadline for topic selection: the 13th of February
    • 1 topic consists of two papers
    • the list of topics
    • Talk requirements:
      • 20-30 min. for each paper
      • 5-10 min Q&A after each paper
      • a talk consists of:
        • an overview of the topic
        • for each paper explain of the problem domain, the proposed method, the results
        • you own evaluation of the paper: benefits, limitations, how to make it better (your own suggestions), your view to future directions
      • The day before the talk you have to send the slides to the course lecturer  (kristina (dot) lapin (eta) mif (dot) vu (dot) lt ).

Project deadlines:

Lectures:

  1. Introduction to interaction design (pdf)
  2. Conceptualization of interaction design (pdf)
  3. Cognitive aspects (pdf)
  4. Social interaction (pdf)
  5. Emotional aspects (pdf)
  6. Interface types (pdf)
  7. The process of interaction design (pdf)
  8. User needs and requirements (pdf)
  9. Design, prototyping and construction (pdf)
  10. Interaction design in practice (pdf)
  11. Data gathering for requirements and evaluations (pdf)
  12. Introducing evaluations (pdf)
  13. Analytical evaluations (pdf)
  14. Evaluations with users (pdf)

 


Procedural programming (Fall 2015)

2013-09-05 17:14

The procedural programming course is taught for 1 years students in the fall semester. Teaching language – Lithuanian.