May 28, 2020  
2019-2020 University Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 University Bulletin
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INF 252 - Design Thinking for Human-Computer Interaction

3 hours
Design thinking is the process by which programmers, information architects, designers, and many others work up a product from start to finish. This course considers design thinking from a user’s perspective, emphasizing methods for identifying user needs, ideating products and services, prototyping new concepts, and using research methods for evaluating a prototype’s usability. Students will encounter a mix of design methods, user behavior theory, and an introduction to usability testing procedures in this course. Learning experiences in this course will be hands-on, team-based and iterative, meaning that students can expect to be build a product with their peers in collaborative teams.

Prerequisite(s): INF 130  



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