Human Centered Design is an elective course offered by the Computer Science Department at Allegheny College. It was offered for the first time during the fall 2010 semester by Prof. Matt Jadud, and the intrepid band of students you see contributing here are the people who will make it rock.
Why not learn a bit more about the course, our projects, and the people involved?
Fedora Website Redesign Testing
Our first project is a rapid-fire introduction to interface design and testing. Even though we don't know what we're doing, we're going to try and learn enough quickly to be of use to the Fedora Design team as they rework their web presence. This requires you to take a very active role in researching and reading about UI testing and design.
- /Website Testing Resources
As you do your search for resources regarding website testing, add them to this page.
- /Website Testing Needs
The results of our conversation with Máirín should be documented here.
- /Website Testing Process
The process we develop for our testing should go here.
- /Website Testing Timeline
The timeline we discussed Thursday, Sept 16.
- /Website Testing Results
Link your work in from this page. Go ahead and create subpages for each group/test.
- /Homepage Testing Report
Group Members: Matthew Reilly, Evan Khan, and Jonathan Miller Kauffman
- /Download Testing Report
Group Members: David Keep, Samuel Ross, Eric Hildebrand, and Matt Fody
- /Community Testing Report
Group Members: Radu Creanga, Will Yaworsky, Genevieve Johnson
Open Source Design Project (OSDP)
We've had one design/test experience, and now we're going to work through the process more systematically.
We are working with three open source communities this semester. Each project has its own space on the wiki.
Each project will work through the following steps, ultimately yielding a deliverable back to the open source community.