Lecture DescriptionAdvanced information and communication technologies make Interactive Information Systems (IIS) ever-present in the users’ private and business life. They are an integral part of E-Commerce portals or social networking sites as well as at the workplace, e.g. in the form of collaboration portals or analytical dashboards.
With the ever-increasing capabilities of computers, the design of human-computer interaction is becoming increasingly important. The aim of this course is to introduce the foundations, related theories, key concepts, and design principles as well as current practice of contemporary Interactive Information Systems. The students get the necessary knowledge to guide the successful implementation of Interactive Information Systems in business and private life.
The students will:
- know what Interactive Information Systems are and how they can be conceptualized
- explore the theoretical grounding of Interactive Information Systems leveraging theories from reference disciplines such as psychology
- know key concepts and design principles of specific classes of Interactive Information Systems (e.g., cooperative & social or conversational IIS)
- get hands-on experience in conceptualizing and designing Interactive Information Systems to solve a real-world challenge from an industry partner by applying the lecture contents.
- Conceptual and theoretical foundations of Interactive Information Systems
- Key Design Principles of Interactive Information Systems (e.g., perception and navigation, visual interface design, help & support, assistance)
- Cooperative and Social Interactive Information Systems (e.g., computer-supported cooperative work, social computing)
- UX-Aware Interactive Information Systems (e.g., nudging, persuasive systems, attention-aware systems, affective computing)
- Conversational Interactive Information Systems (e.g., chatbots, digital assistants, social cues)
Complementing the lecture, students will work in teams on a Capstone project. Our industry partner EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG will present current challenges in the context of Interactive Information Systems. Students will work out a concrete problem from it. By applying the contents of the lecture, the student teams will develop an IIS concept and a prototype to solve this problem.
The lecture content will be uploaded in the ILIAS Portal (Link will be provided soon).
The lecture partially is based on the following book:
- Benyon, D. (2014). Designing interactive systems: A comprehensive guide to HCI, UX and interaction design (3. ed.). Harlow: Pearson.
Exam (individual effort): 60 %
Capstone Project (team effort, with individual accountability): 40 %
For submission of capstone project and organizational questions please contact Ivo Benke.
|Date, Time||Building, Room||Topic||Speaker|
|16.04.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||(1) Organization & Foundations (I)||Dr. Stefan Morana|
|23.04.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||(1) Foundations (Part II)||Dr. Stefan Morana|
|30.04.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||(2) Design Principles of IIS||Dr. Stefan Morana|
|07.05.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||(3) Cooperative and Social IIS||Dr. Stefan Morana|
|14.05.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||(4) UX-aware IIS||Dr. Stefan Morana|
|18.05.2018, 08:00 – 14:00||@EnBW – Informations
|(6) Kick-Off Capstone Project||EnBW|
|21.05.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||Public Holiday|
|28.05.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||(5) Conversational IIS||Dr. Stefan Morana|
|04.06.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||Cancelled (individual preparation of Capstone Project deliverable)|
|11.06.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||Cancelled (individual preparation of Capstone Project deliverable)|
|18.06.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||Capstone – Midterm Presentations - Session I||Dr. Stefan Morana, Ivo Benke|
|25.06.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||Industry Talk
|02.07.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||Capstone - Midterm Presentations - Session II||Dr. Stefan Morana, Ivo Benke|
|09.07.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||Cancelled (individual preparation of Capstone Project deliverable)|
|16.07.2018, 14:00 – 15:30||05.20, 1C-04||Questions & Answers||Dr. Stefan Morana|