This course is about user interface principles, and current technologies that are
used for the creation of user interfaces.
The course deals with GUI interfaces, and more leading edge technologies such as speech recognition and possibly virtual reality.
It is part of the technology track of the Information Technology Leadership
M.S. program. As such, we are particularly concerned with the choice of technology to effectively create good interfaces.
INL 650 User Interface Technologies
This course will examine the issues associated with
human-computer interaction including human-computer task allocation, interface
technologies, such as GUIs, speech, virtual reality, body interfaces. Design of
interfaces likely to enhance performance. Interface technologies support for
good interface design. Evaluation methods for user interfaces. Interfaces
issues for users with disabilities, globalization. Prerequisites: MIS 710; CIS
523 or MIS 725; CIS 502 or MIS 620