INF 385P - Usability


Prerequisites:

Graduate standing.

Description:

The basics of user-centered design through the lifecycle of a software product. Includes perceptual, psychological, and other scientific underpinnings of usability and the justification for the application of usability engineering in software development. Three lecture hours a week for one semester.

Year Semester Course Professor
2018 Spring INF 385P - Usability Nordquist, Eric
2018 Fall INF 385P - Usability Nordquist, Eric
2017 Fall INF 385P - Usability Nordquist, Eric
2016 Spring INF 385P - Usability Nordquist, Eric
2016 Fall INF 385P - Usability Nordquist, Eric
2015 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2014 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2012 Fall INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2011 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2011 Fall INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2010 Fall INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2009 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2009 Fall INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2008 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2007 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2006 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2005 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
2004 Spring INF 385P - Usability Bias, Randolph
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