The Future of User Interaction Design

Speaker:  Bebo White – San Francisco, CA, United States
Topic(s):  Graphics and Computer-Aided Design


User interaction design is one of the most active and exciting research and development areas in computer science. As IT becomes more pervasive in every aspect of day-to-day life, interaction efficiency becomes more critical. As exciting new and more personal interaction mechanisms are introduced (e.g., wearables, augmented reality, gestural/haptic systems, etc.) it is reasonable to ask what role they might play in future application interfaces. Likewise, what will be the anticipated role of user interaction design in cloud-based systems, embedded sensor environments, the Internet of Things (IOT), mobile systems, and data visualization/analytics? Will the traditional user interaction design methods and prototyping/testing techniques be sufficient to address these new interfaces? These are some of the issues and challenges that will be addressed in this lecture.

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Number of Slides:  50
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Languages Available:  English
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