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University of Michigan

Principles of Designing for Humans

University of Michigan via edX

Overview

In this UX course, we will survey theories and findings from the social sciences (especially psychology); with special attention to how these concepts influence the way we design for human interaction. We will cover how people perceive and process information, motor capabilities and limitations, decision-making and problem solving, and how emotion and social factors impact user experience. We will also cover best practices for designing systems to align with how people work.

This course is part of the User Experience (UX) Research and Design MicroMasters Program offered by MichiganX.

Taught by

Mark W. Newman

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