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Introduction to the Interaction Design Methods course. 30 January 2014, Tallinn University.

Introduction to the Interaction Design Methods course. 30 January 2014, Tallinn University.

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    IFI7156 Interaction Design Methods: Introduction to the course IFI7156 Interaction Design Methods: Introduction to the course Presentation Transcript

    • IFI7156 Interaction Design Methods: Introduction to the course Hans Põldoja
    • Introductions round
    • Hans Põldoja Lecturer Tallinn University, Institute of Informatics Doctoral student Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture hans.poldoja@tlu.ee http://www.hanspoldoja.net
    • http://ifi7156.wordpress.com
    • Structure of the course • • • • 7 meetings (20 hours) work on a group project (74 hours) work on individual assignments (16 hours) work on literature (20 hours)
    • January Thu 30.01 Introduction to the course. Introduction to interaction design. Contextual inquiry.
    • February Thu 13.02 Personas Fri 28.02 Scenario-based design. Participatory design sessions. Concept mapping.
    • March Thu 13.03 User stories. Paper prototyping. Thu 27.03 User interface design patterns. Testing the paper prototypes.
    • April Thu 24.04 User interface prototyping: tools and techniques
    • May Thu 08.05 Final presentations
    • Feedback Feedback Group blog Project idea Contextual inquiry 2 weeks January 30 Group Assignments Individual Assignments Personas Design session Scenarios Concept mapping 2 weeks February 13 Testing Testing tasks 2 weeks February 28 User stories 2 weeks March 13 Testing the paper prototypes Paper prototypes Feedback User interface prototypes 4 weeks March 27 Final presentation 2 weeks April 24 May 8
    • Feedback Feedback Group blog Project idea Contextual inquiry 2 weeks January 30 Group Assignments Individual Assignments Personas Design session Scenarios Concept mapping 2 weeks February 13 Testing tasks 2 weeks February 28 2 we March 13
    • Testing User stories Testing the paper prototypes Paper prototypes 2 weeks Feedback User interface prototypes 4 weeks March 27 Final presentation 2 weeks April 24 May 8
    • Recommended amount of work Day Date / Due Number Date Thu Sun Sun Sun Tue Thu Wed Fri Tue Sun Tue Tue Thu Sun Sun Tue Thu Tue Tue Thu Sun Thu Thu Thu 30.01.2014 02.02.2014 02.02.2014 09.02.2014 11.02.2014 13.02.2014 26.02.2014 28.02.2014 04.03.2014 09.03.2014 11.03.2014 11.03.2014 13.03.2014 16.03.2014 16.03.2014 25.03.2014 27.03.2014 22.04.2014 22.04.2014 24.04.2014 04.05.2014 08.05.2014 08.05.2014 08.05.2014 GA 1.1 GA 1.2 IA 1 GA 1.3 GA 2.1 GA 3.1 IA 2 GA 3.2 GA 3.3 GA 4.1 GA 4.2 GA 4.3 GA 5.1 IA 3 GA 6.1 IA 4 GA 7.1 Lesson / Assignment Lesson 1: Introduction Group blog Project idea Commenting the project ideas Contextual inquiry Lesson 2: Personas Personas Lesson 3: Scenario-based design Scenarios Commenting the scenarios Design session summary Concept map Lesson 4: Paper prototyping Testing tasks User stories Paper prototypes Lesson 5: Testing the paper prototypes Testing the paper prototypes Testing the paper prototypes Lesson 6: User interface prototyping User interface prototypes Commenting the user interface prototypes Lesson 7: Final presentations Final presentation Contact Group Individual Reading Lessons Assignments Assignments 2 1 1 4 6 2 8 4 8 4 6 4 4 1 3 12 4 6 4 2 12 4 2 6 20 74 16 20
    • Learning environment • • • • Course blog: http://ifi7156.wordpress.com • Dropbox: course readings Group blogs Course tag: ifi7156 (#ifi7156) Web 2.0 for sharing media: Mendeley, Twitter, SlideShare, Scribd, Flickr,YouTube
    • http://twitter.com/ifi7156
    • Dropbox
    • Mendeley
    • Assessement • • • • Exam 13 group assignments (max 80 points) 4 individual assignments (max 20 points) The student must attend at least 80% of the lessons in order to take the exam
    • e-Vent
    • Projects from previous years
    • http://www.cs.tlu.ee/teemaderegister/
    • Hans Põldoja hans.poldoja@tlu.ee Interaction Design Methods http://ifi7156.wordpress.com Tallinn University Institute of Informatics This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/ licenses/by-sa/3.0/