Human Machine Interfaces (2626QCA)

For product solutions (commercial, industrial, medical etc) to work effectively, the industrial designer needs to design for both the ergonomics relating to the human machine interface and the psychology that drives the emotional and action responses of the user to the product. In this course students study and evaluate current human machine interfaces, redesign and test examples of current product and, through project based learning, design for innovative interface interaction.

Course study information

Credit points (awarded)

10 (10)

Study level

Student contribution band

Arrangements apply

New students (Non-grandfathered students)
Band 2

Grandfathered students
Band 2A

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