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ミシガン大学(University of Michigan) による Introduction to User Experience Principles and Processes の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



This UX course provides an introduction to the fields of UX research and design. Learners will gain an understanding of what is involved in UX research, including conducting interviews, evaluating systems, and analyzing systems using principles of good design. Learners will also learn about the work involved in UX Design, including the generation of promising design solutions and the creation of prototypes at multiple levels of fidelity. By interleaving successive phases of UX Research and Design, learners will see how to learn from inevitable mistakes and improve towards a product with a great UX. What you'll learn: - The skills needed for UX research and design
 - How UX researchers discover and assess user needs and assess possible designs
 - How to conduct a micro-usability test
 - How UX designers use sketching and prototyping to develop design concepts - How to incorporate a user-centered focus into the design process
 - Key features of human behavior and describe their impact on the design of interactive systems
 - Techniques for critiquing and designing interactive systems based on human capabilities and behavior




I really liked completing this course. It has given me a push to start my own design journey. This is a very well planned syllabus and it is from my dream university made it even more special for me.



Very well presented course. I took in alot of information. A little more guidance would have been helpful when completing the projects, but overall I am very pleased with this course and instructor.


Introduction to User Experience Principles and Processes: 276 - 300 / 309 レビュー

by Benjamin R


This is a great course for both developers and non-developers to start to understand the ideas behind what makes for a good user experience.

You'll discover the guiding principles to UX (as the course name suggests) and how to implement them in the real world.

by Samantha M


W​ish I had a bit more interaction with students and professor. However, learning from others via the peer-editing provided ideas, interest, and assessment. I look forward to moving forward towards a career path most anthropoligst havent pursued. Thank you.

by Gianella C


Information is great, understandable and complete!

It would be better if the examples or assignment requirements were already embedded inside the course instead of taking extra time to go find visual examples to work on for each assignment.

by Sepideh L


T​he instructor was excellent, taking part in this class was enjoyable and I loved it. It would be better If the assignments could be fragmented to multi parts during more weeks.

Thanks for providing this lesson.

by Sukanya S


It gave a well explained introduction to user introduction with the videos and extra material explaining everything, the assignments were fun to do as they presented a small challenge as well!

by Robert S A


Great course to the vision of this interesting user experience topic would dare to give feedback to include in the improvements to the course to include or mention UX computer tools.

by Garrett B


Takes overly long to get assignments graded. Had to pay an additional pay period while waiting for peer-evaluations. But the content is good as an introductory course on UX.

by Prosenjit B


This was an awesome introduction to UX research methods and the elements that make up UI design-very well structured and easy to grasp

by Stephanie S


A decent overview of UX design and research principles and methods. Looking forward to taking subsequent courses in this series.

by Oyemade O C


This course was really an insightful and explicite one. thanks to Mark Newman. Thanks to the University of Michigan

by Emily S


it taught the basics and got me thinking on how to evaluate my experiences on websites based on Jakob's Heuristics.

by Lanusse L


I think it could be a bit more complex and deep in the realm of UX, bringing comments on methods like Agile, etc.

by Rebecca F


The course taught me a lot of information, but I was really frustrated with the student reviews of my projects.

by Agnes C


Good in general. However, workload distribution could be improved to not be so heavy in the latter half.

by abhinav b


Would have loved smaller and better and more engaging assignments. Great lectures and learning though.

by Daniel


I like the course. It was not innovative. The UX wasn't even made to what was taught.

by Marvin N


I recommend this course for those who work developing software or own an IT business

by Keren P


well displayed and constructed. the exercises are interesting. I learned a lot.

by Aline d F


I didn't like the assignments. Content is easy to absorb and well structured.

by Neal J


Would like to move at faster pace but good material and able to learn.

by Khushboo J


More foundational than expected. Overall good and easy.

by Diego d l P


Great course as an introduction to User Experience

by TY L


Basic information which is easy to understand.

by Multazam S


really liked this course

by Vivekreddy M


course needs to improve