deom fair

Prof. Haoqi ZhangProf. Michael Horn's EECS 330 class hosted a Demo Fair, titled, "Human Computer Interaction" on Monday, March 17, 2014 in Hardin Hall.

During this past winter, 150 students comprising multiple teams were hard at work on interface solutions to problems in the Northwestern community. EECS 330: Human Computer Interaction teaches students the importance of user centered design to solving real world problems with usable, computer systems

The Demo Fair was an opportuntiy for students to not only display their class projects, but also receive feedback for potential improvements to make the designs more applicable for every day use within the NU community. The event celebrated the accomplishments of these students and gave the attendees the opportunity to experience these systems hands-on.

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Full List of Award Winners

Best Interaction Design Award: degreeReq

Best Innovation Award: Giftr

        Runner Up: theHunt

Best Stretch Award: virtual CA

Solving a Real Problem Award: GymTime

      Runner Up: parking perfect

Best Visual Design Award: Textbook exchange

Best Simple Interaction Award: PackPack

Best Implementation Award: WildcardAdvantage