Prototyping Interaction

The course builds on the students' previous knowledge of prototyping in the context of human-computer interaction (HCI) and interaction design. The central theme is how different interaction contexts involves different conditions for prototyping as part of the design work. With starting point in the desktop, screen and mouse-based interaction, new contexts, technologies and environments with changing demands of prototyping, are explored.

Schedule

Day Date Time      Activity Locus Teacher

Monday

30.10.2017

13-15

Course introduction HCI lab FM/PB

Tuesday

31.10.2017

10-17 Workshop: physical prototyping HCI lab PB

Wednesday

1.11.2017

13-15

Lecture: Embodied Interaction

MA456 FM

Monday

6.11.2017

10-17

Workshop: physical prototyping HCI lab PB
Thursday

9.11.2017

9-12

Literature seminar: Embodied interaction(compulsory) 

MA466 FM

Friday

10.11.2017

10-17

Workshop: Processing

HCI lab PB

Tuesday

14.11.2017

13-15

Lecture: Workplace studies

MA466 FM

Thursday

16.11.2017

13-16

Tutoring: drop-in

HCI lab

PB

Monday

20.11.2017

13-15

Lecture: Evaluation of prototypes

MA456 FM
Thursday

23.11.2017

10-17

Workshop: Axure

HCI lab PB

Monday

TBA

Guest Lecturer

TBA

Thursday

30.11.2017

10-17

Workshop: Arduino

HCI lab PB

Monday

4.12.2017

9-12

Progress report - group assignment and individual assignment

MA456 FM

Wednesday

6.12.2017

10-17

Workshop: Fantasy user interfaces (FUI)

HCI lab PB

Tuesday

12.12.2017

10-17

Workshop: groups will be announced

HCI lab PB

Wednesday

13.12.2017

10-17

Workshop: groups will be announced

HCI lab PB
Wednesday  10.01.2018 8-15
 

Showcase Day:

Presentation: group assignment

MIT Place FM/PB

Friday

12.01.2018

17

FINAL EXAMINATION

CAMBRO

Note that the groups for the workshops will be announced.

Litterature

Dourish, Paul (2004). Where the action is : the foundations of embodied interaction. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press: 2004: x, 233 s. ISBN: 0-262-54178-5 

Papers, reports and excerpts from journals, etc.

Examination
Individual assignments and group assignment

Teachers

Fatemeh Moradi (FM)
Patrik Björnfot (PB)