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Introduction to the course

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IFI7313.DT Interaction Design Methods course in Tallinn University, 8 February 2019

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Introduction to the course

  1. 1. Introduction to the course Hans Põldoja IFI7313.DT Interaction Design Methods
  2. 2. Hans Põldoja Head of Studies, Associate Professor of Educational Technology Tallinn University, School of Digital Technologies Education: Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture (2016) Tallinn Pedagogical University (2003) hans.poldoja@tlu.ee http://www.hanspoldoja.net
  3. 3. Vanessa Vorteil Vanessa loves connecting entrepreneurship, education and IT. Her background is in business, IT analysis and HCI. She has been a Scrum Product Owner and Scrum Master and now works with user experience projects under Tallinn University, teaches coding, UI and UX and does many more other things. vanessa.vorteil@tlu.ee
  4. 4. https://ifi7313.wordpress.com
  5. 5. Course objectives • Practical: overview of interaction design methods, practical IxD skills and group work skills • Theoretical: working with academic literature on the field, presenting design research in MA thesis
  6. 6. HCI integrated project • IFI7313.DT Interaction Design Methods • IFI7309.DT Development of Interactive Systems • IFI7310.DT User Experience Evaluation • IFI7315.DT Practice
  7. 7. Structure of the course • 4 ECTS / 104 hours • Contact sessions (40 / 28 hours) • Work on a group project (52 hours) • Reading the recommended literature (12 hours)
  8. 8. Schedule: February • 07.02.2019 — Integrated project introduction session • 08.02.2019 — Interaction Design Methods introduction session. Competitive reviews. Personas. • 22.02.2019 — Scenario-based design.
  9. 9. Schedule: March • 08.03.2019 — Concept mapping. User stories. Information architecture. • 23.03.2019 — Low-fidelity prototyping
  10. 10. Schedule: April • 05.04.2019 — User interface prototyping: tools and techniques • 25.04.2019 — Feedback to detailed user interface prototypes
  11. 11. Schdedule: May • 16.05.2019 — Final presentations
  12. 12. Week Theme Contact hours Group assignments Reading Total 04.02.2019 Introduction, competitive review, personas 10 4 1 15 11.02.2019 Introduction, competitive review, personas 4 1 5 18.02.2019 Scenario-based design 4 4 1 9 25.02.2019 Scenario-based design 4 1 5 04.03.2019 Concept mapping, user stories, information architecture 4 4 1 9 11.03.2019 Concept mapping, user stories, information architecture 4 1 5 18.03.2019 Low-fidelity prototyping 8 4 1 13 25.03.2019 Low-fidelity prototyping 4 1 5 01.04.2019 Low-fidelity prototyping 1 1 08.04.2019 High-fidelity prototyping 4 6 1 11 15.04.2019 High-fidelity prototyping 6 1 7 22.04.2019 High-fidelity prototyping 4 4 1 9 29.04.2019 0 06.05.2019 0 13.05.2019 Final presentations 6 4 10 40 52 12 104
  13. 13. Learning environment • Course blog: https://ifi7313.wordpress.com • Group blogs • Google Drive for readings and full presentations • GitHub • SlideShare, YouTube, etc.
  14. 14. Assessment and grading • Exam • 11 graded assignments: • 2 individually graded assignments (A2, A3) • 9 graded group assignments • Max 100 points
  15. 15. Example projects from previous years
  16. 16. Your projects
  17. 17. User experience redesign for Rolling Stories
  18. 18. Fostering sharing with trust
  19. 19. MoLinks -- Influencer (Creator) LinkedIn
  20. 20. Wearable solution for Functional Movement Screen test
  21. 21. Portfolio Web portal for HCI Group
  22. 22. Communication Tool for ICP (Intensive Care Patients)
  23. 23. Body-Centric Vibrotactile Displays
  24. 24. This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ Hans Põldoja hans.poldoja@tlu.ee IFI7313.DT Interaction Design Methods https://ifi7313.wordpress.com Tallinn University School of Digital Technologies

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