HCI Design Patterns, WS 0607

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Announcements

  • Yahoo has published there own design patterns under the creative commons license
  • Midterm distribution
1.0: 45 - 46
1.3: 42 - 44.5
1.7: 39 - 42
2.0: 36 - 39
2.3: 33.5 - 36
2.7: 31 - 33.5
3.0: 28 - 31
3.3: 25 - 28
3.7: 22 - 25
4.0: 19 - 22
4.3: 16 - 19
4.7: 13 - 16
5.0: below 13


Lecture Schedule and Slides

  1. 24.10.2006 Introduction, Interdisciplinary Design , video
  2. 31.10.2006 Off to Alexandria: Patterns in Architecture, video
    • reading section 2.1 PAID (pp. 9-22)
  3. 07.11.2006 No class - Fachschaftsvollversammlung
  4. 14.11.2006 I strayed from the path: patterns in software engineering, video
    • reading section 2.2 PAID (pp. 22-26)
  5. 21.11.2006 Oops: Alexander on software patterns - the OOPSLA'96 keynote, video
  6. 28.11.2006 Back to basics: the structure of patterns, video
    • reading section 3.1 PAID (pp. 52-54)
    • reading section 3.3 PAID (pp. 63-64)
    • reading section 3.4 PAID (pp. 65-73)
  7. 05.12.2006 Midterm exam
  8. 12.12.2006 Existing HCI design pattern languages - Tidwell: Common ground
    • reading section 2.3 PAID (pp. 26-43)
    • reading section 2.4 PAID (pp. 43-49)
  9. 19.12.2006 Existing HCI design pattern languages - Landay - The design of sites
  10. 09.01.2007 Three pyramids: interdisciplinary patterns
  11. 16.01.2007 "So?" - Using patterns in the development process
    • reading section 3.2 PAID (pp. 54-63)
  12. 23.01.2007 PLML, tools, Ubicomp design patterns
  13. 30.01.2007 A critical review of pattern languages
  14. 06.02.2007 Final exam


Labs & Assignments

  1. 25.10.2006
    • Discussion of Interdisciplinary Cooperation
  2. 01.11.2006
    • No lab - Allerheiligen
  3. 08.11.2006
  4. 15.11.2006
  5. 22.11.2006
  6. 29.11.2006
  7. 06.12.2006
  8. 13.12.2006
  9. 20.12.2006
  10. 10.01.2007
  11. 17.01.2007
  12. 24.01.2007
  13. 31.01.2007


Project Topics

  1. Instant Messaging
    • Stefka Penkova, Sascha Beckers, Adalbert Schanowski, & Alex Hoffmann
  2. Input Devices for Video Games
    • Eileen Falke, Julie Wagner, Noriyasu Vontin, Kai Hoefig, Moritz Wittenhagen
  3. Mobile music devices
    • Nadège Médénouvo, Matthieu Lux, Emeric Chaize, Bodo von der Heiden, Florian Heller
  4. Media Players (Software)
    • Dieter Drobny, Johannes Christian Remy, Simon Voelker, Christopher Gretzki
  5. Web Browser
    • Sebastian Franken, Marc Schnabel, Jani Sirpoma, Bjoern Ganslandt

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