IFI7156 Interaction Design Methods: Introduction to the course

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IFI7156 Interaction Design Methods: Introduction to the course

  1. 1. IFI7156 Interaction Design Methods:Introduction to the courseHans Põldoja
  2. 2. Introductions round
  3. 3. Hans PõldojaResearcherTallinn University, Institute of InformaticsDoctoral studentAalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecturehans.poldoja@tlu.eehttp://www.hanspoldoja.net
  4. 4. http://ifi7156.wordpress.com
  5. 5. 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)
  6. 6. JanuarySat 26.01 Introduction to the course. Introduction to interaction design. Contextual inquiry.
  7. 7. FebruarySat 09.02 PersonasSat 23.02 Scenario-based design. Participatory design sessions. Concept mapping.
  8. 8. MarchSat 23.03 User stories. Paper prototyping.
  9. 9. AprilSat 06.04 User interface design patterns. Testing the paper prototypes.Sat 20.04 User interface prototyping: tools and techniques
  10. 10. May04.05 Final presentations
  11. 11. Feedback Feedback Testing Feedback Testing the User Group Project Contextual Design Concept User Testing Paper Final blog idea inquiry Personas Scenarios session mapping stories task paper interface presentation prototypes prototypes prototypes 2 weeks 2 weeks 4 weeks 2 weeks 2 weeks 2 weeksJanuary 26 February 6 February 23 March 23 April 6 April 20 May 4 Group Assignments Individual Assignments
  12. 12. Feedback Feedback Group Project Contextual Design blog idea inquiry Personas Scenarios session 2 weeks 2 weeks 4 weeksJanuary 26 February 6 February 23 Group Assignments Individual Assignments
  13. 13. Testing Feedback Testing the UserConcept User Testing Paper Finalmapping stories task paper interface presentation prototypes prototypes prototypes 2 weeks 2 weeks 2 weeks March 23 April 6 April 20 May 4
  14. 14. Recommended amount of workDate / Due Contact Group Individual Number Lesson / Assignment Reading Date Lessons Assignments Assignments 26.01.2013 Lesson 1: Introduction 2 27.01.2013 GA 1.1 Group blog 1 03.02.2013 GA 1.2 Project idea 1 10.02.2013 IA 1 Commenting the project ideas 4 09.02.2013 GA 1.3 Contextual inquiry 6 09.02.2013 Lesson 2: Personas 2 21.02.2013 GA 2.1 Personas 8 23.02.2013 Lesson 3: Scenario-based design 4 03.03.2013 GA 3.1 Scenarios 8 10.03.2013 IA 2 Commenting the scenarios 4 21.03.2013 GA 3.2 Design session summary 6 21.03.2013 GA 3.3 Concept map 4 23.03.2013 Lesson 4: Paper prototyping 4 31.03.2013 GA 4.1 User stories 3 31.03.2013 GA 4.2 Testing task 1 04.04.2013 GA 4.3 Paper prototypes 12 06.04.2013 Lesson 5: Testing the paper prototypes 4 18.04.2013 GA 5.1 Testing the paper prototypes 6 18.04.2013 IA 3 Testing the paper prototypes 4 20.04.2013 Lesson 6: User interface prototyping 2 28.04.2013 GA 6.1 User interface prototypes 12 04.05.2013 IA 4 Commenting the user interface prototypes 4 04.05.2013 Lesson 7: Final presentations 2 04.05.2013 GA 7.1 Final presentation 6 20 74 16 20
  15. 15. Learning environment• Course blog: http://ifi7156.wordpress.com• Group blogs• Course tag: ifi7156 (#ifi7156)• Web 2.0 for sharing media: Mendeley, Twitter, SlideShare, Scribd, Flickr,YouTube• Dropbox: course readings
  16. 16. Mendeley
  17. 17. http://twitter.com/ifi7156
  18. 18. 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
  19. 19. e-Vent
  20. 20. Projects from previous years
  21. 21. Hans Põldojahans.poldoja@tlu.eeInteraction Design Methodshttp://ifi7156.wordpress.comTallinn UniversityInstitute of InformaticsThis work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/

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