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Lecture Notes: Site LINK

L1: Usability (PDF)

L2: User-Centered Design (PDF)
L3: UI Software Architecture (PDF)

L4: Human Capabilities (PDF)
L5: Output Models (PDF)

L6: Conceptual Models and Metaphors (PDF)
L7: Input Models (PDF)

L8: Design Principles (PDF)
L9: Paper Prototyping (PDF)

L10: Constraints and Layout (PDF)

L11: Graphic Design (PDF)
L12: Computer Prototyping (PDF)

Quiz 1

L13: Toolkits (PDF)
L14: Heuristic Evaluation (PDF)

L15: User Testing (PDF)
L16: Experiment Design (PDF)

L17: Experiment Analysis (PDF)
L18: Research Topics: Predictive Evaluation

L19: Research Topics: Information Visualization
Quiz 2

L20: Research Topics: Pen-based UI
L21: Research Topics: Weird Modalities

L22: Research Topics: Zooming and Transparent UI
Demonstration Day

If you’ve been in any bookstore in your lifetime, you’re probably familiar with that most peculiar of book retail locales: the Fantasy & Science Fiction section. This strange and sweaty place is kept separate from the rest of the bookstore so that its residents, the soap-averse fans of Fantasy & Science Fiction novels, can go about their plots and dark rituals without disturbing any of the normal-smelling clientele.

But there’ another very good reason for keeping Fantasy & Science Fiction books segregated. They look really weird. The absolute worst part about every fantasy novel, apart from the writing, is the ludicrous cover art they all seem to have. It’ so bad, that ironically enough in this modern age, it’ still very bad.


Here are few of my best:









A music video created by Antoine Bardou-Jacquet for the french DJ Alex Gopher. it shows a virtual world created only with animated typographics.

a simple story set in New York in which a young couple rush across town to the Central Hospital in order to deliver their baby is made into an exciting race. they travel through an alphabetical jungle where buildings, bridges & roads are made up entirely of words.

very beautiful! . Many more infographic movies here.


Flare is a collection of ActionScript 3 classes for building a wide variety of interactive visualizations. For example, flare can be used to build basic charts, complex animations, network diagrams, treemaps, and more. Flare is written in the ActionScript 3 programming language and can be used to build visualizations that run on the web in the Adobe Flash Player. Flare applications can be built using the free Adobe Flex SDK or Adobe’s Flex Builder IDE. Flare is based on prefuse, a full-featured visualization toolkit written in Java. Flare is open source software licensed under the terms of the BSD license, and can be freely used for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.

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