Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
OS / Version: iOS / 1.21
Compatible: iPhone iPad
Publisher's description - HCI Course 1.21
HCI Course by Alan Dix, is a open, online and FREE course for those interested in learning human-centered design skills.
Our official iOS app allows you to explore the course, watch videos and view additional resources created by Alan as a part of the course.
Coming soon We are working hard to bring more features to the app. Our planned series of updates include: download videos for offline consumption, ability to participate in discussions and sync your notes. So, when you get started, don`t forget to send feedback!
About the course HCI Course by Alan Dix, is an open, online and FREE course for those interested in human-centered design skills. A course by Alan Dix, professor and co-author of the Human Computer Interaction book.
Whether you are a student, or a professional, this course aims to introduce you to a number of topics related to HCI. Alan has provided a series of video lectures supported by key reading materials and exercises, delivered fully online.
About Alan Alan is a professor at the HCI Centre, University of Birmingham and Senior Research Scientist at Talis based in Birmingham. When not in Birmingham or elsewhere, he lives in Tiree, a remote island off the west coast of Scotland. He has long hair, a beard and is the son of a carpenter. But, thereafter all pretentions to saintliness end.
As well as numerous articles on many aspects of HCI and related areas, Alan has written and edited several books including a big textbook on Human-Computer Interaction and a smaller textbook on Artificial Intelligence. He is currently completing a new book TouchIT on physicality and design.
The "Download" link for HCI Course 1.21 directs you to the iTunes AppStore, where you have to continue the download process.You must have an iTunes account to download the application. This download link may not be available in some countries.