TIE-41206 Human-Centered Product Development, spring 2015, 5cr
Notice for those who will participate this course in Spring 2015: We start using Moodle2.
The overall organizing of the course will remain the same, but these www-pages will contain more static information. Materials, lecture topics etc. will be in Moodle2.
Notice! If you follow any link, and end up in a page with anything else than year 2015 at the heading row, you are in a page that is not yet updated. You can see also the old pages by checking "Earlier implementations" link.
A student who takes his/her Bachelor's level studies at TUT should have taken the course "TIE-04100 BASIC COURSE ON USER EXPERIENCE" before this course. In addition, taking "YHTTAY-40020 Usability Evaluation Methods" is recommended, but it's ok to take both at the same spring.
A Master's level or postgraduate student who has taken a Bachelor's degree elsewhere should have understanding of basic concepts and methods of usability and human centered design. The assumption is that when entering this course: (s)he can definine usability goals and conduct a simple task analysis and a user study. (S)he can conduct a small scale usability test in a laboratory and in the field. (S)he can apply expert evaluation methods in practice.
The student understands how user needs and requirements need to be taken into account when developing interactive products in general and in software projects in particular.
Students in HTI programme are encouraged to take course "YHTTAY-04006 PRINCIPLES OF USABILITY, USER EXPERIENCE AND USER INTERFACES" before entering this course, if they feel they don't master the prerequisites explained above.
After completing the course the student kwnos how to:
Communicating course infoMain channel for course information are Moodle and POP. Moodle will be open to join in at 9th of Jan.
Notice! We started using Moodle now for 2015 course. Lecture slides & schedules etc. material will no longer be updated on these web pages
You can reach the whole course staff from katu at cs tut fi.
LecturesLectures start on friday, 16th of Jan 2015.
Notice! There will be no lectures on friday 24th of April, unless any lecture during the semester needs to be cancelled (illness, conference trip etc...)
Responsible for the course, lectures: Jarmo Palviainen. Assignment work and practices: Jari Laaksonen.
Practises start on week 4/2014
Changes in the pages: