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Winter 2013: Design Studio

    Gaetano Borriello, CSE (gaetano at cs.washington.edu)
    Ruth Anderson, CSE (rea at cs.washington.edu)
    Kate Starbird, HCDE (kstarb at u.washington.edu)
    Beth Kolko, HCDE (bkolko at u.washington.edu)

CSE 490D/481K and HCDE 496/596 is a two-quarter-long design and implementation sequence held jointly between CSE and HCDE. In winter, students form interdisciplinary project groups to scope and design projects for resource-constrained environments. In the spring quarter students implement and evaluate the projects that were started in the winter. The emphasis is on group work leading to the creation of testable realizations and completion of initial evaluations of the software and hardware artifacts produced. Students work in inter-disciplinary groups with a faculty or graduate student manager. Groups document their work in the form of posters, verbal presentations, web pages, and written reports.

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