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SYSC 4130 [0.5 credit] Human Computer Interaction

User-centric design, evaluation, and implementation of interactive computing systems. Topics include: designing, prototyping, implementing, and evaluating user-facing systems and interfaces; data gathering, analysis, and interpretation; persuasive design; dark patterns; accessibility; design for security and privacy.
Precludes additional credit for COMP 3008.
Prerequisite(s): SYSC 3020 or SYSC 3120.
Lectures three hours a week, problem analysis three hours alternate weeks.​