User-Centred Interface Design

CIT-2268 (3.00 credits)

A skills-based approach to creation of user-centred interfaces for businesses and other organizations. Includes design principles, usability goals and measurement, consideration of demographics, addressing user expectations, composition and layout, form versus function, navigation, extensibility, and common platforms for deployment. Interfaces may be applied to mapping, databases, social networking, or mobile use. Not available for supplemental.

Instruction (3)

Equivalent to CIT-268.

Requisite courses: Take CIT-1154 (Required, Previous). Take CIT-1157 (Required, Previous).