ahandrewh teaches IAT-334interface design

A domain to research (June 22 - June 29)

A domain to research

This week you will be wrapping up your heuristic evaluations, making recommendations, and getting started on exploring a domain for your final project.

P1 grades release

We will be releasing the P1 grades by the end of Friday. If you have any questions or concerns with your grades please follow-up with Andrew directly. Please email Andrew or message over the course chat with a specific concern in relation to the project rubric(s). Ladan will not be able to talk about grades.

Office hours moving

Andrew's Wednesday office hours will be moving to 20:30-21:30 (PST) from now on. You are of course always welcome to email Andrew or message over the course chat to arrange an alternative time to meet.

Pre-recorded lecture survey

If you have some time over the next week, we are asking questions about how you use the pre-recorded lectures on Canvas. Responses are anonymous and the survey should take about 5-10 minutes. Please fill it out if you have time.

Next lecture

The next pre-recorded lecture portion is available at https://andrewh.ca/teaches/interface_design/lectures/07/video. Please watch it before our lecture time.

During our lecture time this week we will:

Next labs

There will be no labs on June 29 or July 1 due to the holiday on Thursday, July 1. Please make sure to attend the lecture to ensure you join a group for the next project.

This week's reading

Please try to complete readings before the lecture, however, there will be time set aside in each lecture to complete the reading should you need.

This week's reading is: Walter, Aaron. (2020). "Designing for Humans (Chapter 2)." Designing for Emotion. A Book Apart.

A PDF of the reading is available on Canvas. The reading should take about 16.5 minutes to finish (3300 words).

Questions or concerns?

Of course should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to email Andrew, email Ladan, or message on course chat and we will respond as quickly as possible.