Very important course of the Interaction Design specialization. Nicely crafted assignments. You will add value to the company you are working for by taking up this course. Amazing faculty!
a very interesting course for anyone who enjoys simple easy to use systems and tools themselves. The last assignment was a great example of the practical applicability of this course
par Om S ( A P•
Interview with Don Norman was very interesting and really learnt new thing about the Gesture Principle.
par Ajay C•
Excellent to learn principles of gestural interfaces and general interaction design practices.
par Lauren N•
There could have been more content and the course been more challenging, otherwise loved it!
par Dhisti D•
Really really really tough!! You need to help those who are bad at math in this!
par Jeffrey K•
It takes quite a long time to get your practical assignments marked.
par Jon M•
Very fun and interesting course! Great project-based assignments!
par Gioconda B•
I have enjoyed the assignment for last week (Minority Report).
par Dominik S•
Really interesting subject, presented in an entertaining way!
par Ricardo M•
Great interviews inside the course content!
par AMIR R A•
It would be great if the course had slides
par Kolya K•
Nice course with good assignments
par Michael F•
Great Course, loved the content.
par Jared B•
Short but very informative!
par LUCIA S B•
THE COURSE IS VERY GOOD.
par Santiago B•
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par Stephanie B•
Another 3-stars-at-best course in the HCI specialization. Again, the lecture content itself is interesting, but the assignments don't seem to be valuable. The lectures do not effectively explain how to do the Fitts Law calculation, which could lead to frustration and/or excessive Googling for help on the first quiz. The second assignment was fine, but the last assignment is useless and should be dropped or changed to something that at least feels productive. Lastly, the question on the final quiz about which Fitts Law variable is user dependent is never directly discussed in the lecture and comes across as a trick question where there is no right answer.
par Viktor Z•
The problem with this course:
1.assignment instructions given unclearly it was a bit misleading -often difficult to understand what we have to do exectly.
2.the assignments shoud be checked by professionals with clear instructios, so you can understand feedback and have a better idea about possible outcomes and mistakes.
3.must be more structured form of teaching with multiple examples -there is not enough examples.
par Pedro M•
I really enjoyed the last part of the course related to the Gesture Interaction and the practical exercise on third week, but overall I missed much more modern materials to show us. In an Input and interaction course or an Interaction speciality I do expect more other audiovisual support than a teacher and readings.
par Awais I•
I felt this course was a little too barebones. Not enough new learning or practice.
par Ryan S•
par Gabriella F•
Rather superficial, the poorest one of the modules so far.
You have to shoot at the end. I wish I new it in advance, I wouldn't have enrolled.
par Ana M C F•
The way they grade is not that great, it looks like they grade fast without knowing if it is good or bad and select bad but then the feedback is good and Great job! so you still can get a bad grade because of this no matter if the feedback is good. I don't think I will recommend this to anyone because of the way they let anyone that doesn't care about your work grade you.