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Prototyping and Design

Prototyping and Design

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Product is rated as #20 in category UI / UX

In this course you will learn how to design and prototype user interfaces to address the users and tasks identified in user research. Through a series of lectures and exercises, you will learn and practice paper– and other low–fidelity prototyping techniques; you will learn and apply principles from graphic design, including design patterns; you will learn to write a design rationale; and you will learn how to design for specific populations and situations, including principles and practices of accessible design. The University of Minnesota is among the largest public research universities in the country, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional students a multitude of opportunities for study and research. Located at the heart of one of the nation’s most vibrant, diverse metropolitan communities, students on the campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul benefit from extensive partnerships with world–renowned health centers, international corporations, government agencies, and arts, nonprofit, and public service organizations.

Instructor Details

Loren Terveen is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Minnesota. Before joining the University of Minnesota, he received his PhD in Computer Sciences from the University of Texas at Austin, and then spent 11 years at AT&T Labs / Bell Labs. Terveen is an expert in the areas of human-computer interaction and social computing. He has published over 100 scientific papers, holds 9 patents, has advised several startup companies, consulted on intellectual property cases, and has held many leadership positions in his profession, including serving as President of ACM’s Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction. Terveen's current areas of research emphasis are: peer production systems and the quantitative analysis of social media data. He has led projects that have: revealed new information about how valuable content is created on Wikipedia, produced and deployed new interface designs to enhance participation in online communities, developed a new location-based messaging system, combined wiki and geographical information systems technologies to create novel interfaces that let people enter and access information about places in their local communities, and created the first fully functional geographical wiki. In all his work, he seeks to use knowledge gained from empirical studies to build novel systems that solve real problems.

Specification: Prototyping and Design

Duration

13 hours

Year

2017

Certificate

Yes

Quizzes

No

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  1. yashar k s

    Very good

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  2. Maxime P

    a bit short 🙂

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  3. James M

    Great class with an interesting hands on activity.

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  4. Sai C J

    Fantastic Experience.!

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  5. Gabriel T

    Great Course!

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  6. Julie M

    This was a decent overview, but I was hoping we would dive into more detail on some tools and processes where prototyping is used to support/enable design decisions and discussions.

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  7. Abhijeet B

    Awesome Course.Loved it and learned a lot. Thank you Coursera!!!

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  8. Irfan Y

    Thank you Professors and Lecturers!

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  9. Danira Z

    The course was great but I expected more practice related content for prototyping and design

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  10. pham q k

    it is great . I thank the teachers who helped me with this knowledge

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  11. Laura F

    The quiz has a glitch. The final quiz for this course has 6 questions and you need 5 correct answers to pass. Anything less than 5 and you won’t pass. I’ve selected every possible answer for #1 and #6 and it still told me my answer was incorrect each time, how is that possible? After 3 attempts, they make you wait 8 hours before you can retake the quiz…Imagine my frustration. It’s annoying to know that you selected the correct answer and the system flags it as incorrect. Can someone fix this glitch? Also the same thing occurs in the videos. They have pop up quizes in the videos and it will tell you an answer should’ve been selected as correct, but when you select it and click submit, it tells you it is incorrect. Please fix all the glitches, it’s really annoying. This has happened so far from course 1 course 3.

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  12. Rebecca r

    Great course to take within the Specialization. Just like the other courses within the Specialization, it is highly flexible and engaging. If you download lectures and quizzes offline while in Wifi, it makes completing this course even easier as you can listen on the go. Excellent professors and useful coursework.

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  13. Tasneem E

    I had problems doing the prototyping assignment, but I had so much fun!

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  14. anil j S

    Excellent course…opens the mind and gives a lot of ideas..

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  15. Ihar M

    Great course.

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  16. Aislinn R

    Great overview for learners who are not already in the design field in some capacity. The class served me as a good review and I imagine that if a learner has never confronted accessibility needs or issues of screen size this class may be very illuminating. There was only one prototyping assignment and though that assignment was a good one I would have liked at least one other as the opportunity to learn a new tool or technique was missing from the class. The lecture videos in the last two weeks were a bit long for the information provided.

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  17. Pablo P G

    Great!

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  18. manisha a

    it is better than the other 3 courses

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  19. Mina P

    Disappointing class. The content is very bland and dry. Not as interactive as previous courses (Intro to UI Design; User Research & Design). The first assignment was fun but after that, it’s all easy quizzes. This particular course was disappointing and, honestly, a waste of money.

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  20. Vishnu R

    Well taught curriculum with experienced faculty. Helped me in getting more relevant knowledge related overall design practice.

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  21. Myrna I B P

    I love all about this course and the subjects about accessibility and Universal design, but I would consider more deeper learning on prototyping, wireframes and flowcharts. Thank you!

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  22. Mahitha S P G

    Excellent lectures.

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  23. ALKESH

    Awesome

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  24. Raghu H O

    Before this course if I look at any system / device I was not able to understand design it was built. This course gave me much information about how different systems will be built considering the real time experience.

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  25. Artjoms L

    Great course as 2 previous! Only the thing I would like to point out its easier to learn from short videos, I understand that information is really broad and you try to narrow it as much as possible! anyway Thank you for opportunity to learn more about UX/UI Design! would like to have a class in your university!

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  26. Hanaa S E A

    I really really loved week 3 content, it added a lot for my knowledge and inspired me a lot. I keep watching it over and over

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  27. Julie L

    Excellent overview of the prototyping tools and methods

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  28. Zheng L

    Hope teachers can give some advice on assignment.

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  29. Kris M

    The course (the set of 4 courses) started out SO good. The pace was quick, content and format engaging, and it showed you from the perspective of “hey, this is what we are looking at in real life, here are the pros and cons to look for, etc”. It was great! By course 3 it was getting so bogged down with BLAH BLAH BLAH that I could hardly see straight. Suddenly we went from engaging content to mind numbing boredom. The kind where keeping your eyes open, or even clicking that ‘next video’ link, was enough to set your whole body into a rigor mortis of NOOOOOOOOOOO. : ( Which is really disappointing because UI/UX is interesting!! Basically this went from hands on tech vocational training to the doldrums of a standard school format (which is proven ineffective and doesn’t give you the skills you need you have to learn those AFTER you complete the schooling) The videos just seemed to go on and on in this way. I lost all concept of gaining knowledge and it became a marathon of trying to inch my way forward and to hit the finish line. I don’t understand how we went from such a strong start to what came after. Course 1 was the best. I was really excited about everything. Then over time it’s like the content just sort of got left to drift and fall flat and not just be TO THE POINT. Overall some of the content was still A+ but just lost in the way content was approached/delivered. I truly believe this could be fixed and the course could be stellar throughout.

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  30. Roman K

    Good material.

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