Teaching user interface design based on usability engineering

@article{Nielsen1989TeachingUI,
  title={Teaching user interface design based on usability engineering},
  author={Jakob Nielsen and Rolf Molich},
  journal={ACM SIGCHI Bull.},
  year={1989},
  volume={21},
  pages={45-48}
}
For the last three years we have been teaching a course in user interface design at the Technical University of Denmark as part of the curriculum for the Master's Degree in computer science (courses for Bachelor's degrees are taught at another engineering school on campus). Here we describe our goals for the course and give a brief list of its contents. We discuss our use of mandatory laboratory assignments in more detail and also present results from studies of students' motivation for taking… 

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