SWE 205: Software Usability Analysis and Design
Knowledge of quantitative engineering principles for how to build software interfaces that are usable.
Understanding that usability is more important than efficiency
for almost all modern software projects,
and often the primary factor that leads to product success.
The ability to critically analyze existing user interfaces
and express their positive and negative aspects in engineering terms,
both verbally and written
Professor: Paul Ammann
For more information, please see the
205 course web page.