Designing the User Interface '97

Discipline: Computer Science, University of Maryland
Produced: 1997
Instructor: Dr. Ben Shneiderman

Course description: This five-hour course provides an overview of various interaction styles, workstation designs and aids to users, and teaches participants to become more responsive to the needs of the novice, occasional, intermediate and expert PC user.


Intended audience: This course is designed for engineers, scientists, programmers, systems analysts or anyone else who uses, designs, implements or evaluates interactive computer systems, including those who manage design projects.

Course Highlights

Presenter: Dr. Ben Shneiderman is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science, founder and head of the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory, and a member of the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies at the University of Maryland, College Park. 3 VHS videotapes or 5 hours on VHS videotapes

Rental: none
Purchase: $800
Lecture notes: (included)
Textbook: (recommended) Designing the User Interface, by Dr. Ben Shneiderman

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