Monthly Archives: September 2013

HCI – Learning Diary – 01 – ‘The Importance of Good Design in Every Day Technology’

In this blog post, as part of a 10 part series investigating what constitutes good HCI from bad HCI design, it shall analyse and evaluate how reliant new technology is on the 6 principles of design, as determined through Don Norman’s studies. Technology today has become ever more pervasive, as manufacturers seek to find ways […]

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HCI – Learning Diary

For my first term of my second year of my MSc in Advanced Computer Science, I’m undertaking a module in Human Computer Interaction. To formulate the learning requirements of this module, I am required to analyse and evaluate existing and future developments within this field. The principal objective of this module is to develop a […]

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