1. In this course, we examine how humans respond and adapt machines to their everyday routines. 
  2. This course will teach about the importance of the human-computer interface in the design and development of things people use. 
  3. It will discuss the capabilities and limits of computers and other related systems, and discuss how that affects design and implementation decisions. 
  4. The course will be a balance of perceptual/psychological and computer science elements. 
  5. This course includes the design, improve, implementation and evaluation of user interfaces for computers and other complex, electronic equipment. 
  6. Topics covered will include interface design, human factors, cognitive psychology, robotics, and wearable technologies.