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Human-Computer Interaction

Scott Klemmer University of California, San Diego @Coursera
Class Start: 2014-06-30 2014-06-30 18:00:00 2014-06-30 19:00:00 35 Course 'Human-Computer Interaction' starts at Coursera Course starts at Coursera:


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Duration: 9 weeks
Approximate Workload: 10-12 hours/week
Certificate: Yes
Level: beginner
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Helping you build human-centered design skills, so that you have the principles and methods to create excellent interfaces with any technology.
Categories: [Computer Science]

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Anonymous (Singapore, Singapore) , 2014-02-04
I guess I'm the odd man out here.

Of the 35 MOOCs that I;ve completed, this was the worst

The peer grading website was terrible.

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Anonymous (Singapore, Singapore) , 2012-12-17
Excellent course - very informative, well paced, and very applicable to current issues in design and computers. It was also wisely structured: The class offered two tracks- a lecture and quiz based one for novices, and a more involved project based track for more experienced students. Being a novice without the resources to complete the projects, I was very happy to be able to be able to learn the fundamentals and evaluate my progress with quizzes. Scott Klemmer was also a very good instructor - never boring and clear in all he explained. Very glad I took this class!

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Anonymous (Singapore, Singapore) , 2012-12-08
Fantastic course. Hands-on projects, useful information. The course guides you through the process of need finding in the information realm, coming up with some possible solutions, designing a smart phone app or a web page to deliver the solution, testing the app or web page.. No coding needed, you get a temporary license to software that does the coding for you. Be warned, the official estimate of 8 to 10 hours is low, more like 10 to 15 hours per week. Worth every bit of it. Also be warned, many/most students will want/need to take the course twice, once to get familiar with the concepts, a second time to focus on the projects. The course is set up to encourage taking it twice, you can earn an "Apprentice" certificate for doing just a little more than watching the videos.

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