Week 2 - January 17: Design and
Evaluation Part 1. Guest speaker: Judy Ramey, UW Department of Technical
Communication, "Usability Testing".
Assignment 1 due.
Week 3 - January 24: Design and Evaluation Part 2. Guest speaker: Domenick Dellino, Assistant Director, LUTE (Laboratory for Usability Testing and Evaluation), UW Department of Technical Communication, "How Usability Borrows from Anthropological Methods".
Week 4 - January 31:
Technology Part 1 - toolkits, architectures for interactive systems,
Assignment 2 due.
Short project description due.
Week 5 - February 7:
Technology Part 2 - web design, sketching, rapid prototyping,
large displays, sensors.
James Landay (UC-Berkeley). Please plan on attending,
or viewing on the net, James's colloquium:
Tools for Designing Anywhere, Anytime, Anydevice User Interfaces
Thursday, February 7, 2002, 3:30 pm , 134 Sieg.
Assignment 3 due.
Relevant colloquium: Ben Shneiderman, "The Eyes Have It: User Interfaces for Information Visualization" Wednesday, February 13, 2002, 3:30pm, Mary Gates Hall 389.
Week 6 - February 14:
Computer Supported Cooperative Work.
Grudin, Microsoft Research.
Assignment 4 due.
Week 7 - February 21: Ubiquitous, Embedded, and Perceptual Computing; Intelligent User Interfaces. Guest speaker: Kurt Partridge, UW CSE, "Ubiquitous and Wearable Computing".
Week 8 - February 28: Value-Sensitive Design; Participatory Design; Universal Accessibility; Brain Computer Interfaces. Guest speakers: Madelyn Bryant McIntire, Microsoft, "Accessibility and Ubiquitous computing"; Raj Rao, UW Computer Science & Engineering, "Brain Computer Interfaces".
Relevant colloquium: P. Anandan, Microsoft Research, "Interactive Visual Media," March 7, 3:30pm, Sieg 134
Week 9 - March 7: Information visualization, 3D interfaces, and Virtual Reality; Information Search and Retrieval; Psychological Aspects. Guest speaker: Mary Czerwinski (Microsoft Research), "3D and Advanced User Interfaces"
Relevant colloquium: Francois Guimbretiere, Stanford University, "Fluid Interaction for High Resolution Wall-Size Displays," March 14, 3:30pm, Sieg 134
Week 10 - March 14: Project presentations.
Written report for class project due March 18.
March 21 [final exam slot] Project presentations continued