The best introduction classes, gives an overall idea about UI/UX. Grateful for the efforts taken by the Georgia Tech and Coursera. Looking forward to see more courses related to my career. Thank you.
It was fair introduction to UI / UX. I moved away from front-end development a long time ago but wanted to know about the new techniques used prior to starting that sort of development these days.
By Omar A•
As a beginner in this field, I know now how can I start but I think the course its not full covered most of the question are not working I like the teacher I really like it but I think it can be improved in the future thanks for everyone who made this course and thanks to Coursera
There were numerous typos, bad formatting or other mistakes in the lecture slides. Additionally, some of the links to reading materials were broken and many of the materials listed seemed quite an odd choice. Still, I believe this course gave a good overview of the topic.
By Bharath N S•
Very basic course, could have learnt the whole content in a textbook directly in one hour. This is an explanation of some text and one method and didnt have to be a course. Could have contained more learning than just explain all basic concepts available online in Google
By David V C•
The information is valuable. However, it may feel a bit dated (specially the examples and the links they provide), and it might be too compact. A lesson includes too much information in a very short time, so it's a good idea to watch the same lessons more than once.
By Andrew B•
It's difficult to follow the instructor as they are reading their script. I would prefer a more natural delivery. Content was good, but I think a little more effort could be put towards the visuals as the existing diagrams were at times difficult to understand.
By AUBREY X•
Good introductory class. Clearly structured and have relevant quiz questions to test on key concepts.
However, I was expecting more in-depth content on these fundamental concepts, and more relevant and modern examples of these in principles in applications
By Joseph D•
While it seems this course offered a well rounded look at the iterative User Experience/Interface design cycle, the interchangeable technical jargon was ultimately confusing and I felt that a lack of definitive terms detracted from the final product.
By Abraham S•
The material is good, the delivery was unpolished. For a UX course it felt hard on many places when it shouldn't be, of course is not impossible to complete due the fact, but some links are dead, typos everywhere and basic slides didn't add up.
By Omar e H•
It was a great introduction to UX design, however the information provided was very superficial and I felt that the course was missing some depth. I would have loved to dive in to real world UX design / Research projects
By Joshua Y•
I don't know that I would call this a whole course. The amount of content in this introduction is so basic that I wonder how much I am still missing before I jump into UX design. There must be more to it than this.
By Vikram P•
The course provides a good overview of UX, but there are hardly any activities. The activities are limited only to Quiz. There should be peer graded assignments. Also, quiz questions need to be better.
By Stormi A•
This would have been more comfortable delivered in nine to ten, 45-minute segments. The shorter videos made the course feel endless. At least I learned that Coursera has terrible UX design.
By Wendy Y•
The content itself was decent, but the quizzes need some help. In addition to some formatting issues, some of the questions were not intuitive in that they were easily misunderstood.
The content is shallow, the course will be better if it incorporates real case studies and the application of UX design tools. Anyways, this is generally nice for a free course.
By Theresa K•
I am a total beginner. It was nice to receive an overview. The slides were not helpful and I had a hard time to follow - needed to focus very well (which is also good, ofc ;))
By Rateb A D•
Concepts are very high-level and instructor seems to be reading from the slides.
If you like to read you won't miss anything if you just read the transcript at your own pace.
By Aditya S•
1 - Needs More Animations and better visuals
2 - Some videos that are 8 or 9 mins long can be broken down into smaller videos of 4-5 mins
3 - Needs better real Life examples.
By Dana P•
Very basic. Good if you just want to understand terms and how the process works at a high-level. Not good if you are interested in learning how to actually do any of this.
By Kiki C•
Would like to engage with more hands-on applications of the ideas presented. Sometimes difficult to connect the academic, abstract taxonomy with real-world processes.
By Luka T•
I expected a bit more from the introductory course. I gained a slight better understanding of what user experience is all about, but I hoped to gain a deeper insight.
By Nguyen N L H•
very basic concepts and theories. good to have a quick into to the field but not enough to have some applicable knowledge. true to its name 'intro to UX design'
By Tanasup S•
This course is great for who never learn about UX but it is too easy for person who learned some of this knowledge before. Some reading website is not active.
By Nikhil S•
While the course is basic, the tests don't test user concepts (for example the order of the 4 step design process is asked 10+ times through the 5 modules)
By Mercedes A•
Good introduction, I felt that a lot of the material was mostly common sense, nothing really new. (For the average unexperienced in design person.