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Learner Reviews & Feedback for Evaluating User Interfaces by University of Minnesota

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About the Course

In this course you will learn and practice several techniques for user interface evaluation. First we start with techniques that can be applied alone or in a design team, including action analysis, walkthroughs, and heuristic evaluation. Then we move on to user testing, including learning from a series of usability tests carried out in a real usability lab, and techniques to carry out your own tests even without a lab. Finally, we wrap up the discussion of evaluation--and of UI Design in the specialization as a whole--by looking at the question of how to set and measure usability goals, and in turn, when a design is usable enough to release it....

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Dec 3, 2017

Wonder courses for novice and advance users. The courses are not only theory based, at the end of every week there are assignment & quiz, which helps a lot.


Jan 10, 2018

Designing and Development team will realize the impact of usability and be able to fine tune in their products.

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By Gowthami C L

May 27, 2020

good course

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By Julie M

Aug 22, 2017

This course provided me with information that I could immediately put to use in my company!!

By Pooja S

Feb 1, 2018

Like the content and the assignments for the beginner level.

By Patrick D

May 25, 2024

Requires a big refresher on some of the materials presented. Some of the videos show websites from 15 years ago! Not exactly relevant case studies. They've patched it up here and there, which results in different teachers coming and going unpredictably throughout, but it's due for a total overhaul. Also (and this is a Coursera problem) the UI is sometimes comically bad. Coursera needs to work on better screen-responsive design.

By Styliani-Despoina K

Jan 19, 2019

Not much as I was expected, not very structured and the weekly courses not equally distributed