Great design doesn’t come out of nowhere; it is born, nurtured, and grown--all through a systematic, learnable process. In this UX course, you will explore the process of taking a basic concept, grounded in user needs, and developing it into a design that will address those needs. In the course, you will gain hands-on experience with techniques such as sketching, scenario development, storyboarding, and wireframing that will help you transform your understanding of what your users need into a compelling user experience. You will then learn how to turn wireframes and interaction architecture into interactive prototypes that can be tested with prospective users and iteratively refined into a high quality design that that is ready for a hand-off to the development team for implementation.
This course is part of the User Experience Research and Design Specialization
About this Course
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Introduction to the Design Process
Design Constraints and Making Choices
Building Blocks of User Interaction
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TOP REVIEWS FROM UX DESIGN: FROM CONCEPT TO PROTOTYPE
Good introduction to prototyping. I recommend changing the paper prototype to a software-based version.
It's a lot of work, but gives you guides on hw to proceed through the design process.
It is very useful course for User Experience. I gathered knowledge about design process, low fidelity, high fidelity, persona, scenario, storyboard and so on.
The course is great, thank you! Perfect amount of both theory and practice, it was really interesting and challenging, the best course for new people in UX design.
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