Interface Design for Product

Learners will develop understanding of principles and models of Human Computer Interaction (HCI). They will evaluate existing HCI design and principles and use this to help them plan their own prototype user interface. They will formulate design documentation to plan an interface for a product. Learners will implement the plan to create a prototype. Learners will review and amend the prototype based on user feedback.

Awarding Body

ATHE/LIBT

Duration

25 Hours

Start Date

All Year Around

Study Mode

Classroom Workshop

By the end of this programme, the participant will be able to:

  • Understand principles of e-commerce
  • Understand why small businesses use e- commerce
  • Understand e-commerce models used in small businesses
  • Understand e-commerce applications
  • Be able create an ecommerce site using e-commerce application
  1. Understand principles of human computer interaction (HCI)
  • Cognitive and perceptual principles/laws: HCI origins, Perception and attention, Norman’s theory of interaction, Hyck-Hyman response-selection law, Fitts’ law
  • User interface design rules: Designing universal user interfaces, Interfaces that support collaboration, Supporting different interaction styles, Complex interfaces, Schneiderman’s eight golden rules, Nielsen’s heuristics
  • Interaction: HCI interaction styles, The interaction design process, User analysis, Evaluating interfaces against requirements
  1. Be able to plan an interface for a specified application
  • Plan: Storyboards, Navigation, Screen content
  • Apply: Task centred user interface evaluation, Usability evaluation, Methods for evaluating user interfaces
  • Justify: User interface specification, User interface fundamental principles, The role of user interface prototypes, User interface development process
  • Conclude: User interface design basics, Best practices and principles in user interface design, Techniques for designing user interfaces

 

  1. Be able to create a prototype using HCI principles
  • Generate: Identifying application requirements for user interface design, Selecting success criteria for user interface design, Aligning user interface components to user functionality
  • Critique: Performing a usability evaluation of user interfaces, Testing visual components, Assessing interface structure and layout, Testing alternative navigation designs, Evaluating interface accessibility
  • Revise: Performing cooperative evaluation of interface designs, Obtaining user feedback, Assessing interface design success

How many students are there in a classroom?

It depends on how many would enroll per intake. Even if the number of students are just 1, we still continue with the training as planned. The maximum number of students we will have in a classroom is 10.

Can I request a date that is convenient for me?

Absolutely! We will arrange the training that is convenient for you. The training date is completely customizable.

Can I change the course content?

Yes, if the contents of the course needs to be changed, please let us know. We will communicate with you and get a course outline that works for you finalized.

Does it matter which industry I work at?

It really doesn’t. We take cases and discuss them to cover your industry. If you need the course to be customized and tailored to your industry, we can also do that. You’d have to let us know in advance by filling out the form below.

(The fees include coffee breaks, study materials and working lunches daily)

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