CMPM178: Human-Centered Design Research

Students move through a rigorous design-research process involving skills and principles in human-centered design research as well as selected formal research methods. They learn to use tools for ideation, human-centered qualitative research, domestic probes, mock-ups, and prototypes. (Formerly Computer Science 178.) Enrollment restricted to juniors, seniors, and graduate students. (General Education Code(s): PR-C- Creative Process)

5 credits

Year Fall Winter Spring Summer

Previously CMPS 178

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