Human Computer Interface
As technology moves forward, new methods of communicating with computers are becoming possible. Software developers are required to determine whether software is developed with new techniques or traditional tried and tested methods. The developer also needs to measure how well a computer interacts with a user. This unit aims to give students a full understanding of the human computer interface (HCI) and the part it plays in the construction of software that is usable, attractive, efficient and effective. The student is encouraged to explore how well software interacts with the user, fulfils the user's needs and makes allowances for different users. The student will develop a critical appreciation of the advantages and disadvantages of various interfaces currently available and experience the production of a prototype.
This course is offered in 45 hours
This course is accessible through:-
Higher National Diploma (HND) in Computing and Systems Development (EDEXCEL UK)
Acquire a BSc Honours Degree via the EDEXCEL HND in Computing (ABE - CIS) pathway:
Edexcel offers a professional qualification which is an accepted entry route to the Final Year of the BSc. (Hons) Computing and Information Systems from the University of Greenwich.
Edexcel operates in over 110 countries, offering the widest range of academic and vocational qualifications, with more than two million people studying for qualifications in over 7000 centers annually. Edexcel is the largest International awarding body approved by the UK government. These qualifications are becoming ever more important in today's fast-moving world. Employers are recruiting staff with additional skills who can contribute to the workplace in a meaningful way. An Edexcel qualification provides that stepping stone to the workplace.
For those interested in proceeding on to professional technical training, then SBCS offers a wide range of nationally and internationally recognized IT training programmes including:
- BlackBerry Application Development,
- A+ ( Computer Repairs Technician),
- Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (CHFI),
- Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP).
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