Students who attended COMP4045 Human-Computer Interaction, a service-learning course offered by Department of Computer Science in Semester 1, 2021-22, worked with Evangelical Lutheran Church Social Service - Hong Kong, Shatin District Community Centre for the Golden Aged and came up with modified versions of mobile apps to cater the needs of the elderly.
Human-computer Interaction is an interdisciplinary field that integrates theories and methodologies from different areas, including computer science, cognitive psychology, and design. Students can learn the fundamental concepts of human-computer interaction and user-centered design thinking in class. Then, adopting design thinking methodology, they will identify and solve problems in the society by working on projects to design, implement and evaluate computer interfaces.
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