198 473 Human Computer Interaction

Prerequisite : Consent of department

Lecturer: Wasu Chaopanon

Text books:

Human-Computer Interaction (3rd Edition), Prentice Hall; by Alan Dix, Janet E. Finlay, Gregory D. Abowd, Russell Beale

Designing the User Interface: Strategies for Effective Human-Computer Interaction (1st edition 1987, 2nd edition 1992, 3rd edition 1998, booksite Addison-Wesley Publishers, Reading, MA), Ben Shneiderman

Local copy of books slide presentation

Human Computer Interaction Lectures on youtube

Final Report Due. May 24


Introduction to HCI from Stanford cs147

Past Present and Future

Design discovery

Design exploration


Eye and Vision

Visual Perception : Change Blindness test

Illusions video

Ear and hearing

theaters Human Senses (Eng) or in Thai Taste Smell , Hearing Balance , Touch Vision

Human Information Processing

National Geographic: Test your brain : theaters Pay Attention, theaters Perception, theaters Memory

National Geographic: Brain Games : theaters Its.About.Time, theaters Don't Be Afraid, theaters Motion Commotion, theaters Power Of Persuasion, theaters Focus Pocus, theaters Use It Or Lose It, theaters Liar Liar, theaters Illusion Confusion, theaters Battle of the Sexes, theaters What You Don't Know, theaters Seeing is Believing

PBS: The Brain with David Eagleman : theaters What is Reality, theaters What Makes Me, theaters Who is in Control, theaters How Do I Decide theaters Why Do I Need You theaters Who Will We Be


Interaction and extra

Paradigms and extra

Interaction design basics

HCI in the software process

Design rules

Implementation support

Evaluation techniques

Universal design

User support

Cognitive models GOME 1 GOME 2

socio-organizational issues and stakeholder requirements

communication and collaboration models

Video and other resource

  Stanford University

Human-Computer Interaction Seminar

Experiencing Sensation and Perception