Human Computer Interaction

HCI 220 Ethics and Activism in Tech and Design

Examines tech ethics/activism through the lens of design. Students discuss biases within tech and reflect on the role of UX/HCI practitioners through coursework and activities. Students learn the possibilities of political action as UX/HCI practitioners.


Prerequisite(s): HCI 200 and HCI 201; or by permission of instructor. Enrollment is restricted to human computer interaction graduate students.