Fundamentals of Situated Interaction
Michel Beaudouin-Lafon, Prof Université Paris-Saclay
Wendy Mackay, DR Inria
Fundamentals of Situated Interaction applies the principles of instrumental interaction and co-adaptation to the design of interactive systems.
Fundamentals of Situated Interaction is designed for advanced students in Human-Computer Interaction. The course deconstructs the concept of interaction, and then uses the principles of Instrumental Interaction and Co-Adaptation to generate innovative interactive systems. Students will be asked to read and discuss research papers, perform a series of exercises, and then add new entries to the HCI Interaction Museum.
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Class meets every Thursday afternoon from 14:00 to 17:00 (2pm - 5pm).
Note that attendance is required, since you will need time to accomplish all the assignments. Let us know in advance, if possible, if you will be late or cannot attend a session.
18 Feb Final presentations
Handouts and Videos
Note: This page and its content are solely for students enrolled in the 2019-2020 HCID Masters at Université Paris-Saclay. It contains instructors' material (slides and audio recordings) that are not to be distributed without the author's written consent, and copyrighted materials (such as articles) that are only made available under the fair use exception to copyright law.
08 January, 2021 (week 1)
Lecture 1a: Course Introduction
Lecture 1a: Deconstructing Interaction
15 January, 2021 (week 2)
- Lecture 2: Instrumental Interaction
- Schedule for week two
22 January, 2021 (week 3)
- Lecture 3: Human-Computer Partnerships
- Chapter on Prototyping Tools and Techniques
29 January, 2021 (week 4)
- Lecture 4: Prototyping Designs - part 2
- Prototips - Paper prototype examples
04 February, 2020 (week 5)
- Lecture 5: Evaluating Systems
11 October, 2020 (week 6)
- Lecture 6: Redesign
- Paper: Generative Walkthroughs
18 October, 2020 (week 7)
Final presentations on Friday, 18 February.