This is the course blog for CGT 512 – Human Factors of Computer Interface Design taught by Dr. V, Computer Graphics Technology, Purdue University.

Course description:

This course introduces the principles and fundamentals of human factors and human-computer interaction relative to interactive computer graphics applications and their associated interfaces. Principles and methodologies of usability and performance testing are used to highlight relationships between various components of human factors, design, and cognitive psychology in the development of computer graphics-related applications for the purposes of understanding, assessment, and validation. A variety of assessment and validation methodologies are applied to the development of a broad range of interactive multimedia applications.

Fall 2013 Syllabus:

  1. August 22nd, 2011
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