MIT COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LABORATORY
Human-Computer Interaction for User Experience Design
The course is launching soon
Human-computer interaction (HCI) integrates aspects of computer science, psychology, and design to study the nature of interaction between humans and computers. Each of these disciplines possess a rich history of theory and research, which, in their combination, have contributed to the equally rich and evolving field of HCI.
The Human-Computer Interaction for User Experience Design online short course from the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), will provide you with access to some of the most cutting-edge research in the field, from MIT CSAIL top faculty.
After successfully completing this highly interactive and supported online learning journey, you’ll walk away with:
- A rich knowledge of the technical fundamentals and design principles that inform the latest research in HCI
- The ability to infuse the rigor of this field into your own work
This Human-Computer Interaction for User Experience Design online short course is currently being developed by MIT CSAIL, in collaboration with GetSmarter. The details above are illustrative of the final course, however may be subject to change.