Created by:  University of California, San Diego

  • Scott  Klemmer

    Taught by:  Scott Klemmer, Associate Professor

    Cognitive Science & Computer Science
Basic Info
Course 1 of 8 in the Interaction Design Specialization.
Commitment4 weeks, 3-4 hours/week
Language
English, Subtitles: Spanish
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.6 stars
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 of 1,153 ratings

This was such a great course. I'm very appreciative for the videos to self pace and be able to review some of the content I was weak in.

I really recommend this course. Even for who is already working as a professional designer. I have 16+ years of experience and still got a lot of good insights on how to improve my workflow.

This was a great and enjoyable course and I found the pace manageable and the content informative.

The teacher is obviously knowledgeable about the subject, is courageous to challenge the ULA's. It is good to see someone making a stand. Most importantly, he makes us do very relevant assignments. If done correctly, it will comprise an outstanding portfolio. I believe there is some room to improve as far as tests and the grading of tests goes. A test/quiz should have questions and answers that are representative of the course or week. On the last quiz, the correct answer to what do these two screenshots of websites have in common is the heuristic principal of: atheistic and minimalist. That is not one of the ten principals from the lesson. Clean and functional design is. Sometimes question focus on items non mentioned or not emphasized in lecture. A review of all questions and answers would be good. All in all, this is a fantastic course and I am taking it specially due to the professor. Thanks. Last, I learn a lot from grading other peoples work and it is exciting that people from all over the world are signing up for this. It must be the beach in SD. Am very happy to be here. ;)