SCHEDULE


Class Date Topics and Readings Deliverables Lectures
class1 Thurs Sep7

Design Thinking

Norman, Donald A. The Design of Everyday Things. Basic Books, 01/01/2013. Web. 31 Aug. 2017.

Reading #1. Chapter 1. The psychology of everyday things. Link 

Reading #2. Chapter 6. Design Thinking. [Read p. 217-236] Link 

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 Set up Researcher Journal: Link Class1
Class2 Tues Sep12

Human-centered design and HCI

Reading #3. Mackay, W. E. (1995). Ethics, lies and videotape…. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Denver, Colorado, United States, May 07 – 11, 1995). CHI ’95. ACM, New York, NY, 138-145. doi

TCPS2 (ethics tutorial): Link
Please complete the tutorial and post your certificate in a private piazza post to instructors.
 Class2
Class3 Thurs Sep14

Field Studies – Observations

Reading #4. Blomberg, J., Burrell, M., and Guest, G. (2003). An ethnographic approach to design. Chapter 50.  In Jacko, J. and Sears, A. (Eds.) The Human Computer Interaction Handbook (pp. 964-986). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [Read up to last column on p. 973] doi  pdf

Reading #5. Porcheron, M., Fischer, J. E., and Sharples, S. (2016) Using mobile phones in pub talk. Proceedings of ACM CSCW ’16, 1649-166. doi

Read project overview Class3
 Class4 Tues Sep19

Field Studies – Interviews

Reading #6. Fontana, A. and James F. (1994). The Art of Science. In Denzin, N. and Lincoln, Y. (Eds.) The Handbook of Qualitative Research (pp. 361-76). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications. [Read up to first column on p. 368] pdf

Reading #7. Allison Woodruff. (2014). Necessary, unpleasant, and disempowering: reputation management in the internet age. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 149-158. doi

Read carefully the HCI course ethics: link

Form teams

 Class4
 Class5 Thurs Sep21

Field Studies – Surveys/questionnaires 

Reading #8. Hochheiser, H., Feng, J. H., & Lazar, J. (2017). Surveys. Chapter 5. Research methods in human computer interaction (pp. 109-133). Elsevier Science. [Read: p.105-128; skip examples if needed] doi

Reading #9. Malin Eiband, Mohamed Khamis, Emanuel von Zezschwitz, Heinrich Hussmann, and Florian Alt. 2017. Understanding Shoulder Surfing in the Wild: Stories from Users and Observers. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 4254-4265. doi

First interim-milestone: unstructured observation in public place

Team contract: pdf doc

 Class5
 Class6 Tues Sep26

Qualitative Data Analysis

Reading #10. Guest, G., MacQueen, K. M. & Namey, E. E. (2012). Applied Thematic Analysis. Chapter 1. Introduction to Applied thematic analysis (pp.2-21). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Ltd. [Read p. 7-18] doi

Reading #11. Guest, G., MacQueen, K. M. & Namey, E. E. (2012). Themes and Codes. Chapter 3Applied thematic analysis (pp.49-78). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Ltd. doi

 Class6
 Class7 Thurs Sep28

Affinity Diagrams

Reading #12. Midas Nouwens, Carla F. Griggio, and Wendy E. Mackay. (2017). WhatsApp is for family; Messenger is for friends”:Communication Places in App Ecosystems. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’17). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 727-735. doi

 Class7
 Class8 Tues Oct03  No Reading Project Milestone-Empathize
 Class9 Thurs Oct05

Personas

Reading #13. Cooper, Alan, et al. (2014) About Face : The Essentials of Interaction Design, Chapter 3. Modeling Users: Personas and Goal (pp. 61-99) John Wiley & Sons. [Read p. 81-97] pdf

Reading #14. Dotan, A., Maiden, N. Lichtner, V. and Germanovich. L. (2009) Designing with Only Four People in Mind? – A Case Study of Using Personas to Redesign a Work-Integrated Learning Support System. Proc. HCI ‘09  Springer, 497–509. Link

 Class9
 Class10 Tues Oct10  No Reading Project Milestone-Define
Class11 Thurs Oct12

Establishing Requirements

Reading #15. Rogers, Y., Sharp, H. Preece, J. (2011) Interaction Design: Beyond Human-Computer Interaction. Chapter 10. Task Description, Task Analysis (pp.373-388). Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley. [skip activities/assignments] pdf  Link

Reading #16. Task Examples. [Recommended to read] Link

 Class11
 Class12 Tues Oct17

Conceptual Models and Design

Reading #17. Donald A. N., (2013) The Design of Everyday Things. Chapter 1The psychology of everyday things (pp. 1-36). Basic Books. [Re-read p. 25-32] Link 

Reading #18. Greenberg, S., and Buxton, B. (2008). Usability Evaluation Considered Harmful (Some of the Time). In Proceedings of the 2008 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’08). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 111-120. doi

 Class12
 Class13 Thurs Oct19

Human Abilities and Sketching

Reading #19. Buxton, B. (2007). Sketching user experiences: Getting the design right and the right design. Chapter 13-17. Sketching interaction (pp.135-155), Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc.  [Read p. 135-151] Link pdf

Reading #20. Greenberg, S. (2011). Sketching user experiences: The workbook, Section 4. Snapshots in Time: The Visual Narrative (pp. 145-177), Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc. Link pdf

 Class13.a

 Class13.b

Class14 Tues Oct24 No Reading Project Milestone-Ideate
 Class15               Thurs Oct26

Prototyping

Reading #21. Buxton, B. (2007). Sketching user experiences: Getting the design right and the right design. Chapter 35Interacting with Paper (pp.371-391), Morgan Kaufmann Publishers Inc. [Read p. 381-391; skim-through the rest]  Link pdf

Reading #22. Tohidi, M., Buxton, W., Baecker, R., Sellen, A. (2006). Getting the right design and the design right. In Proceedings of the 2006 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ‘6). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1243-1252. doi

 Class15
 Class16 Tues Oct31

Evaluation of Prototypes – Discount Methods

Reading #23. Wilson, C. (2013). User Interface Inspection Methods, Chapter 4. cognitive Walkthrough (pp. 65-79), Elsevier Inc [Read p. 66-74] Link  pdf

Reading #24. Oram, L., McLean, K., Kruchten, P., Forster, B. (2014). Crafting Diversity in Radiology Image Stack Scrolling: Control and Annotations. In Proceedings of the 2014 DIS Conference on Designing interactive systems (DIS ’14). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 567-576. doi

 Class16
 Class17 Thurs Nov02

 Evaluation of Prototypes – Usability Testing

Reading #25. Dix, A. et al. (2004). Human-Computer Interaction, Chapter 9. Evaluation techniques (pp. 318-364), Pearson. [Read: p.343-362] pdf

 Class17
Class18 Tues Nov07

Experiments I – Experimental Design

Reading #26. Hochheiser, H., Feng, J. H., & Lazar, J. (2017). Experimental research. Chapter 2Research methods in human computer interaction (pp. 25-44). Elsevier Science. [Read: p.25-41]  Link

Reading #27. Hochheiser, H., Feng, J. H., & Lazar, J. (2017). Experimental design. Chapter 3Research methods in human computer interaction (pp. 45-69). Elsevier Science.  [Read: p.45-67] Link

 Class18
 Class19 Thurs Nov09  No Reading Project Milestone-Prototype
Class20 Tues Nov14

Experiments II – Statistical Analysis

Reading #28. Hochheiser, H., Feng, J. H., & Lazar, J. (2017). Statistical analysis. Chapter 4Research methods in human computer interaction (pp. 71-104). Elsevier Science. Link

 Class20
Wed Nov15 Interim-milestone: Proposed goal(s) of experiment
 Class21 Thurs Nov16

Experiments III – Report and Validity

Reading #29. Findlater, L., Moffatt, K., McGrenere, J., and Dawson, J. (2009). Ephemeral adaptation: the use of gradual onset to improve menu selection performance. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI ’09). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1655-1664. DOI

 Class21
 Class22 Tues Nov21  No Reading Project Milestone-Test 1
 Class23 Thurs Nov23 Reading #30. Baecker, R. Grudin, J., Buxton, W., Greenberg, S., (1995) Methodology Matters: Doing research in the behavioral and social sciences. Human Computer Interaction: Toward the year 2000 (pp.152-169), Morgan Kaufmann. pdf
Class24 Tues Nov28

Critical Design

Reading #31. Bardzell, J., & Bardzell, S. (2013). What is critical about critical design?In Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems (CHI ’13). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 3297-3306. doi

 Class24
 Class25 Thurs Nov30  No Reading Project Milestone-Test 2
NoClass Thurs Dec14 Deadline: 12 pm (noon) Project Milestone-Test 3