Course Evaluation Customization Form

Viewing: CS 147, section 01


Term: 1192 - 1192
Instructor: Landay, Yoon, Tong, Mukhopadhyay, Quinn, Alexander, Xu, Park

Learning Goals

finding needs & tasks of prospective users

How well did you achieve this learning goal in this course?


understanding cognitive/perceptual constraints that affect design

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learning technology & techniques used to prototype UIs

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learning techniques for evaluating a user interface design

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importance of iterative design for usability

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understanding the design process & when to use particular techniques

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how to work together on a team project
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how to communicate your results to a group
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Course Elements

How useful to you were the discussion sections?


How useful to you was the group project?


How useful to you were the lectures?


How useful to you were the readings?


Additional Questions

Are you in the CS HCI track or intend to declare CS HCI track?


Are you in the Symsys HCI track or intend to declare Symsys HCI track?


Are you a junior, senior, or a graduate student?


If you are in or plan to be in the CS HCI track, why did you decide on this track? Indicate all that apply by copying appropriate lines below into your answer:

I...
__have a deep passion for design and technology
__have a clear direction for what I want to learn in the HCI concentration
__was looking for a concentration with requirements that let me graduate in 4 years
__am attracted to the core course offering
__like that it incorporates techie and fuzzy disciplines
__thought it might be easier than some other CS concentrations
__plan to have a career in design or HCI research
__am more focused on design/art than software engineering
__needed a flexible concentration that counted previous courses I had taken before I declared
__wanted to have different undergrad and coterm concentrations in CS
__think it will look good to employers
__was looking for a concentration that let me take interdisciplinary classes outside of computer science
__Other:________


If you are in or plan to be in the CS HCI track and chose the HCI track for its flexibility, please share why you didn’t choose the even more flexible Individually Designed track?


What careers are you considering for when you graduate? (indicate all that apply by copy appropriate lines below into your answer):

__UX/UI/Product Designer
__UX Researcher
__Professor / Researcher in Academia
__Product Manager
__Software Developer
__Management Consultant
__Circus Performer
__Other: ______



Process Comments:
I'd like many more questions types, for example, multiple choice or checkboxes!
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