Human Computer Interaction (HCI) studies the interaction of users with interactive systems such as websites. This course focuses on ways of human – Internet interaction using desktop and portable devices such as laptops. Websites are communication tools presenting users information aiming at achieving maximum outcomes based on their goal.
The course examines the characteristics of those interfaces and interactions supported by websites interrelating them to digital presence of traditional media, online stores, organizations as well as social media.
The course includes the following topics:
- Analysis and design of interactive websites.
- Standardization based on usability rules of websites
- Website evaluation.
- Data collection and analysis for understanding user needs.
- Website redesign.
- Development of an effective website based on usability standards.
Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:
- Design innovative and easy-to-use websites meeting specific user requirements
- Evaluate and redesign websites.
- Understand web-based interfaces.
|Code||Course||Semester||C / Ε||Theory (hours)||Lab (hours)||ECTS|
|402Y||Framework of Electronic Communication Services Provision||4||C||4||5|
|403Y||Marketing Information Systems||4||C||4||5|
|406Y||Human-Computer Interaction II||4||C||2||2||5|