Issues in Interaction Design PG (7195.4)
|Faculty:||Faculty of Business, Government & Law|
|Discipline:||School of Information Systems & Accounting|
This unit provides an awareness of the issues which underlie emerging interaction technologies. It will examine the design and usage of interaction technologies. The theoretical base for interaction design decisions will be examined. Students will be involved in a design process and will explore appropriate methods for engaging in iterative and participative design.
- should possess a conceptual framework for: understanding emerging interface technologies; and understanding processes involved in interaction design. Having applied some of this knowledge to a particular problem area, they should be able to design small prototype systems involving one or more emerging interface technologies;
- use the research and standards literature in designing or managing the development of effective interaction; and be able to use innovative ways of presenting their design concepts.
Up to thirty nine hours per semester.
24 credit points towards an M Tech or the MIT including Professional Practice or equivalent.