• Photoshop CS7 Introduction
  • Introduction to Resolution
  • Installation and Setting Photoshop
  • Introduct with Interaction


  • Editing photographs for use in your projects
  • Fonts and Typefaces
  • Finding image resources on the web
  • Layers, scale
  • Page layout and design
  • Form.
  • Repetition
  • Structure
  • Similarity
  • Gradation
  • Radiation
  • Anomaly
  • Contrast
  • Concentration
  • Texture
  • Space

Design methodology for complex products, services and events: Design of integrated systems, products for future use, products to be used in groups, devices used in public places, design of multi-modal interfaces, expressive interfaces, products that enrich user experience •The course takes an inter-disciplinary approach drawing upon product design, visual communication, information architecture, cognitive psychology and computer science. The course involves exploration of alternatives, pushing the envelope of what is known. • The focus is on working collaboratively in groups to solve design problems. The course will involve doing projects. Students need to build soft prototypes of proposed systems at the end of the course.

Introduction to human factors – role of psychology, physiology in interaction design
• Human factors in work station and work environment design
• Sensation and perception
• Cognitive psychology
• Human information processing and execution
• Research methodologies and applied statistics