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This is an archived syllabus from 2015-2016

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COMP33512 2015-2016 syllabus

Course leader: Simon Harper

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Timetable
SemesterEventLocationDayTimeGroup
Sem 2 w19 Lecture IT407 Wed 09:00 - 11:00 -
Sem 2 w20-25,30 Lecture IT407 Wed 09:00 - 12:00 -
Themes to which this unit belongs
  • Software Engineering
  • Interactive Systems Design

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Learning outcomes

Programme outcomeUnit learning outcomesAssessment
A2 A3 A5Have an understanding of the domain, concepts, and important and upcoming aspects of UX along with aspects of user interaction and cognition. In particular to have an understanding of the importance of Standards, Technologies, and Guidelines in the process;
  • Examination
C4Have an understanding of relevant methods including experiment design, application, and the ethical issues surrounding such a design;
  • Individual coursework
  • Examination
A1 D6Have an understanding of, and be able to select and apply, the relevant descriptive statistical tests associated with UX Engineering;
  • Examination
  • Individual coursework
B1 C4Be able to analyse and critique UX work, experimental studies, and computer interfaces;
  • Individual coursework
  • Examination
B3 C4Use analysis techniques associated with their knowledge of the domain to understand the problems associated with different designs, and suggests solutions for their resolution.
  • Individual coursework

Reading list

TitleAuthorISBNPublisherYearCore
Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenancePirsig, Robert M.9780099786405Vintage Classics2008