IIBA® International User Experience Design and Usability

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The UI/UX Design Specialization brings a design-centric approach to user interface and user experience design, and offers practical, skill-based instruction centered around a visual communications perspective, rather than on one focused on marketing or programming alone. In this sequence of four courses, you will summarize and demonstrate all stages of the UI/UX development process, from user research to defining a project’s strategy, scope, and information architecture, to developing sitemaps and wireframes. You’ll learn current best practices and conventions in UX design and apply them to create effective and compelling screen-based experiences for websites or apps.

User interface and user experience design is a high-demand field, but the skills and knowledge you will learn in this Specialization are applicable to a wide variety of careers, from marketing to web design to human-computer interaction.


Foundation of User Experience

  • What is Usability?
  • What is User Experience?
  • Usability Problems are Everywhere
  • Return on Investment of Usability Studies

User Experience Design Process

Strategy Layer

  • Defining the Strategy
  • Defining Need
  • Defining Users
  • User Profiling
  • Persona Workshops
  • Definition of Mental Model
  • Definition of User Scenarios
  • Context Analysis

Scope Layer

  • Definition of Functional Requirements
  • Use Cases
  • Definition of Content Requirements

Structure Layer

  • Interaction Design
  • Information Architecture
  • Hypertext Editing
  • Database-Based Editing
  • Hierarchical Editing
  • Narrow-Deep vs Broad-Shallow Editing

Skeleton Layer

  • Interface Design
  • International Design Principles and Rules
  • Low Fidelity Prototyping
  • Wireframing
  • Sketching
  • Screen Mockups
  • Storyboards
  • High Fidelity Prototyping
  • Widgets (Primary/Secondary, Windows, Message Boxes, Dialog Boxes, Tabs, Menus, Tools, Bars, Command Buttons, Option Buttons, Check Boxes, List Boxes, Text Boxes)
  • Styles
  • Command Lines
  • Menu Selection
  • Form-Fill
  • Direct Manipulation
  • Anthropomorphic
  • Menu Design (Card Sorting)
  • Navigation Design

Visual Design

  • Psychological Principles
  • Visual Design Principles