|Update on 17-8-2010: The course is now full and closed for registrations.
Who should attend?
The course is an exposure to user studies, interaction design, usability evaluation and user experience metrics for working professionals. This course is for you if you are:
After attending the course, participants should be able to undertake design of interactive products. Those who are already involved in interaction design should be able to improve the user experience quality of the products they design, and will understand the theory behind what they do. Those responsible for the software development process will be able to make the process in their organizations more user-centered.
For contents, schedule and fees, scroll down. While there are many guest lectures planned, a large part of the course will be conducted by Prof. Anirudha Joshi. The names of other speakers will be announced later. To see a list of past participants, click here.
Guest Lectures / Case Studies /
Course contents are tentative and will be fine-tuned subsequently.
Thu, Sep 30
Fri, Oct 1
Sat, Oct 2
Sun, Oct 3
Mon, Oct 4
|Introductions||Work models||Affinity, model consolidation||
|Layers of user experience|
|Contextual interview||Interpretation session||Personas||Conceptual models|
|CI Practice||Other user studies techs.||Case study||User models|
|Analysis and tips||Interpretation session 1||Interpretation session 2||Affinity, personas|
|Planning a CI||Sharing, redefining focus||Interview 3, 4, 5, 6|
||Interview 2||Interpretation session 3, 4, 5, 6||Presentations I
| Day VI
Tue, Oct 5
Wed, Oct 6
Thu, Oct 7
Fri, Oct 8
Sat, Oct 9
|Design process||Heuristics and Principles of HCI||Usability evaluation||UX metrics||Integrating HCI and SE|
|Goals of HCI
||Heuristic evaluation||Usability evaluation||Presentation II|
|Defining product goals|
Interface design, prototyping
|Improvements||Usability evaluation||Lessons learnt
|Scenarios||Test design, recruitment||Wrap up|
|On-screen typography||Design detailing||Case study||TBD|
The contents and the schedule are tentative and subject to change.
Update on 17-8-2010: The course is now full and closed for registrations.
Fees include course materials, lunch and refreshments during the course. To register, please send a demand draft for the fees in favour of "Registrar IIT Bombay, CEP account" to: Anirudha Joshi, Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay, Mumbai 400 076. Please note that TDS need not be deducted towards payments made to IIT Bombay.
If your organization needs an invoice before it can send payment, please request for an invoice for Early registration before July 19, and for Late registration before August 30.
Cancellation policy - 100% refund till September 2, 50% refund till September 15, 0% refunds after September 16. Exchange allowed till September 29.
Shared accomodation is available in the IIT Bombay guest house for a limited number of participants from September 30 (evening) to October 9. If you require guest house accommodation, do mention this at the time of registration. Please note that accommodation costs are not included in the fees (expect costs to be approximately Rs. 700 per head, per day, per person, including meals). Please do not send the accommodation cost at the time of registration - you need to pay these when you check out.
If you need more information please contact anirudha[at]iitb.ac.in.