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CS247A Human Computer Interaction Design Studio
CS247A is part of a two-quarter course sequence on the design of human-computer interaction in Terry Winograd's project on People, Computers and Design. The course is intended for computer science students (seniors and graduate students) and also for students in related areas, such as product design, communications, education and psychology, who are concerned with the design of computer systems and computer-based products.

ME313 Ambidextrous thinking
Visual and kinesthetic thinking skills developed and exercised in the context of solving design problems. Quickly executed perspective, orthographic, diagrammatic, and three-dimensional sketches emphasized. Exercises to appreciate and develop the entire body's role in creative thinking. Emphasis on fluent and flexible idea production.

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