CSE 271: User Interface Design: Social and Technical Issues
  1. The class notes are not a substitute for the assigned readings. They are often critical commentaries meant to supplement or correct the readings, and sometimes they just reflect what I felt like writing at the time, or what was easy to copy in from somewhere else, rather than what is most important. Also, please note that the lectures and the readings beyond the text are at least as important as the text itself.
  2. Readings and homework for a given week should be considered final on the Sunday of the week before, and are due the following Thursday.
  3. To read gziped postscript files, you must first extract the postscript from the gzipped file. On Windows machines, this may be too arcane for the Winzip Wizard, but Power Archiver should work; on Apple machines, the Stuffit Expander should work. For viewing and printing postscript, use GSView or Ghostview; these can be downloaded from the net, although they may be complex to install. CSE Unix machines already have gunzip and ghostview, and older versions of Netscape call them automatically.

  1. Due 4 April:Although theoretically this material should have been read before the second class meeting, it is of course acceptable to have read it before the third meeting.
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  • Due 2 May: This may look like a lot, but each item is relatively short.
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  • Due 6 June:
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