UE Man-machine interaction : multimodality and mobility

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Degrees incorporating this pedagocial element :


The course is organized in two complementary parts:

Part 1 Fundamentals

* Contributions of cognitive psychology and cognitive models

- Model of the human processor- ICS model (Barnard)

- Theory of Action (Norman)

* Conception method by scenarios and formalisms

- Design steps

- Task analysis

- Design scenarios

- Design rules.

Part 2: Multimodal interaction and mobile supports

* Definitions

* Examples of multimodal systems

* Design space

* Ergonomic properties.

The course is accompanied by a group project involving the design and development of an interactive multi-surface, multimodal and mobile system.

Targeted skills

* Know-how in user-centred design, implementation and evaluation of interactive systems, in particular multimodal systems and on mobile media.
* Mastery of the conceptual foundations of human-machine interaction.
* Knowledge of notations and reference models in Human-Machine Interaction.