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CS4760 and CS5760 are distinct courses in User Interface Design and Human-Computer Interactions (HCI). The undergraduate course CS4760 is a course in user interface (UI) design and implementation. The graduate course CS5760 is a course in UI evaluation and usability testing. Both courses emphasize user-center centered design and usability evaluation.

This year students design, implement, and evaluate web applications (apps). Many of the apps from CS4760 and CS5760 are further developed by Senior Design students at Michigan Tech, a citizen science project funded by National Science Foundation.

App Developers Sites

  • Team 1: Stream Dream – App: Stream & Trail
  • Team 2: Creative Types – App: Water Matters
  • Team 3: Spatial Disruption – App: Spatial Memory
  • Team 4: Loam Intruders – App: Soil Infiltration
  • Team 5: Premortem – App: Premortem
  • Team 6: Quaranteam – App: Infectious Disease
  • Team 7: Streamers – App: Wet/Dry

UX Consultant Sites

  • Grad 1: Isaac Appleby – Topic: Smart Home Technology Usability – App: Wet-Dry Mapping
  • Grad 2: Yashwanth Bandal – Topic: Gesturing HCI – App: Water Matters
  • Grad 3: Naveen Boinapelly – Topic: Intelligent Agents – App: Stream & Trail
  • Grad 4: Dylan Gaines – Topic: Eyes-Free Mobile Text Entry – App: Infectious Disease
  • Grad 5: Derek Gregg – Topic: Interface Usability Concerning Older Users – App: Spatial Memory
  • Grad 6: Kathryn Maki – Topic: Information Visualization for Patient Monitoring – App: Spatial Memory
  • Grad 7: Lauren Monroe – Topic: Information visualization as it pertains to classroom technology – App: Infectious Disease
  • Grad 8: Pooja Mothukuri – Topic: Human Robot Interaction – App: Soil Infiltration
  • Grad 9: Brooke Poyhonen – Topic: Human Robot Interaction in Healthcare – App: Premortem

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