NOC:User-centric Computing for Human-Computer Interaction


Lecture 1 - Introduction to UCC and history


Lecture 2 - Issues and challenges


Lecture 3 - Latest research trends


Lecture 4 - User-Centric Design and Software Engineering


Lecture 5 - Components of SDLC - Contextual Inquiry


Lecture 6 - Components of SDLC - Design Guidelines


Lecture 7 - Components of SDLC - Prototyping


Lecture 8 - Case study (web site design)


Lecture 9 - Introduction to User-Centric Computing


Lecture 10 - The UCC framework with illustrative case study


Lecture 11 - User-centric models - introduction and descriptive models


Lecture 12 - User-centric models - predictive models and taxonomy


Lecture 13 - Introduction to GOMS family of models


Lecture 14 - Keystroke-Level Model (KLM)


Lecture 15 - (CMN)GOMS Model


Lecture 16 - The Fitts' Law


Lecture 17 - The Hick-Hyman Law


Lecture 18 - 2D and 3D pointing models


Lecture 19 - The Steering Law for constrained navigation


Lecture 20 - Model for hierarchical menu selection


Lecture 21 - Mobile typing models (single finger and two thumb typing)


Lecture 22 - Model for touch performance (FFitts' law)


Lecture 23 - Introduction to formal models in UCD


Lecture 24 - Formal modeling of user-computer dialogue


Lecture 25 - Case studies on the use of models


Lecture 26 - Introduction and research question formulation


Lecture 27 - Variables determination and experiment design


Lecture 28 - Data analysis including model building


Lecture 29 - Introduction to user-centric design evaluation and expert evaluation technique


Lecture 30 - User evaluation, empirical and model-based evaluation


Lecture 31 - Concluding remarks