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  1. Redesign Course Website for COMP 6620/7620 Dongjin Kim : dzk0011@auburn.edu Jamare Lane : lanejam@auburn.edu

  2. Introduction • The aim of this project is to redesign Dr. Seals’ course webpage for COMP 6620/7620. The site will include course's general information, syllabus, lectures, available resources, assignments, and project information. Efforts will be made to make an attractive, usable, and consistent interface that makes it easy to find and access information, and pleasurable to browse and navigate. • Our goal is to meet the needs of our client, Dr. Seals, as well as the students who will explore this website.

  3. Project Schedule

  4. Requirements • Hardware • PC or laptop computer or PDA • Any type of hardware that can execute a browser • Internet connection • Software • Web browser • Acrobat Reader • Power point and Word to read attachments

  5. Lexicon • User interface • Syllabus • Lecture • Resources • Assignments • Project • Evaluation

  6. Software Development Process- Extreme programming • We have 2 members in group and programming in pair is a better way than dividing it into 2 parts. • It empowers our responding to changing customer’s need. • It emphasizes team work and we definitely need team work. • It is originally designed to small teams and we are one of smallest team. • It is attractive who normally don’t adopt any software process. • It helps us with focusing on coding and avoid needless paperwork and meeting.

  7. Original Webpage

  8. Conceptual Model (1/3) COMP 6620 User Interface Design and Evaluation COMP 7620 | COMP6620 | COMP4730 | COMP4640 | COMP4970 | COMP7930 | COMP7070 Course Description Theory and practice of designing interfaces for interactive systems, usability engineering techniques; implementing and evaluating interfaces Course Textbooks Interaction Design, Preece, Rodgers and Sharp, 2007 Additional Textbooks GUI Bloopers Don'ts and Do's, Morgan Kaufmann, Johnson, 2000. Resources Home Syllabus UID Books Understanding Reading List for Lectures Popular UI Website useit. com asktog.com webpagesthatsuck.com Assignments Projects Video Monthly Links WML Details WAP Emulator WML Samples WML Images(WBMPs) Links UID Chap Presentations World Usability Day Pres. Dr.Seal’s Home Black board

  9. Conceptual Model (2/3) COMP 6620 User Interface Design and Evaluation COMP 7620 | COMP6620 | COMP4730 | COMP4640 | COMP4970 | COMP7930 | COMP7070 • Instructor : C.D. Seals, Ph. D. • Office : 3101 Shelby Center for Eng Tech. • Phone : (334) 844 – 6319 • Email : sealscd@auburn.edu • Course Description • Theory and practice of designing interfaces for interactive systems, usability engineering techniques; implementing and evaluating interfaces. The objectives of this course are: (i) to introduce students to the interdisciplinary theoretical foundations of the field of User Interface Design • Course Description • Interaction Design, Preece, Rodgers and Sharp Resources Home Syllabus UID Books Understanding Reading List for Lectures Popular UI Website useit. com asktog.com webpagesthatsuck.com Assignments Projects Video Monthly Links WML Details WAP Emulator WML Samples WML Images(WBMPs) Links UID Chap Presentations World Usability Day Pres. Dr.Seal’s Home Black board

  10. Conceptual Model (3/3) COMP 6620 User Interface Design and Evaluation COMP 7620 | COMP6620 | COMP4730 | COMP4640 | COMP4970 | COMP7930 | COMP7070 Week 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 |12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 Resources Home Syllabus UID Books Understanding Reading List for Lectures Popular UI Website useit. com asktog.com webpagesthatsuck.com Assignments Projects Video Monthly Links WML Details WAP Emulator WML Samples WML Images(WBMPs) Links UID Chap Presentations World Usability Day Pres. Dr.Seal’s Home Black board

  11. Scenario for Student • Students can utilize the COMP6620 course website to find details about the course, curriculum, instructor, and view video recordings from the class. • Students may view the syllabus, lecture notes, resources, assignments, and projects provided that the instructor uploads them and makes them available. • The lecture notes are organized by date so that they are easily distinguishable by the student. • The assignments are organized similarly to the lecture notes to promote ease of use to the student. • The projects are presented in more of a historic fashion. Past projects are available to view to facilitate current students with their current projects.

  12. Functional Requirementsfor student’s scenario • The course page should support a novice user in finding information about • Introduction for COMP6620/ 7620 courses • Syllabus for each course • Assignments • Lectures • Projects • Resources related to each course • Link to video if possible

  13. Scenario for Instructor • The instructor can utilize the COMP6620 course website to provide details about the course, curriculum, herself, and upload video recordings from the class. • The instructor may upload a syllabus, the lecture notes, additional resources, assignments overview, and past projects to facilitate currents students with their current projects. • The instructor has complete control over the course page and creative control.

  14. Functional Requirementsfor instructor’s scenario • The course page should support an instructor • To edit introduction about the courses. • To upload assignments and provide information about the assignments. • To upload lectures for the user to view or download. • To provide an autobiography and list their accomplishments.