CS 545 - Human-Computer Interaction

Investigation into the principles and practice of user interface design, evaluation, and implementation. Topics include user-centered design, graphical user interface programming, evaluation methods, and software architectures. Before enrolling, a student is expected to have taken CS 524 or the equivalent of two semesters of programming and an algorithms course. Not open to students who have credit in CS 345.

College: Sciences and Humanities
Hours: 3
Permission: Y
Prerequisite: CS 324
Co-requisite: none