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University of Michigan

UX Design: From Concept to Prototype

University of Michigan via FutureLearn


Enhance your skills in user interaction design and development

Want to learn the secret to great UX design? This UX course from the University of Michigan will teach you the systematic process of nurturing a product from its basic concept to a functioning prototype.

Define user needs and create a UX storyboard

You’ll begin the course by learning how to identify the problem you’re trying to solve for your user and discovering the UX techniques you can use to develop a design that solves it.

You’ll get hands-on experience in techniques like scenario development, UX sketching, and storyboarding, which you can use to translate your understanding of your users’ needs into an impactful user experience.

Build skills in UX wireframing and prototype design

As you discover the UX wireframing process, you’ll learn how to turn UX wireframes into prototypes that can be used for evaluating your designs in user testing.

This course covers the process of user testing using paper prototypes for early testing feedback as well as more interactive prototypes that can be iterated on to create a final, high-quality design.

Learn low to high-fidelity UX prototyping

By the end of the course, you’ll have developed your ability to build a product from its basic concept to a high-fidelity mockup and interactive prototype.

You’ll be able to solve and test conceptual issues in prototyping and design and refine a product that is ready to pass on to a team of developers for implementation.

This course is designed for anyone looking to gain experience in UX principles, techniques, and processes, but specifically in the areas of UI design, UX wireframing, and prototyping.

Taught by

Kush Dawar


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