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About this courseSkip About this course
Prototyping is part art, part science. In this MOOC you will learn both UI design (user interface design) and the ergonomic criteria (grounded in cognitive psychology), which underlies it. With this knowledge, you will learn to drive the creative team from low-tech paper mock-ups to developing high-fidelity interactive prototypes using the latest industry methods and tools.
Prototypes serve the dual purpose of determining what the interfaces will look like and test these developing interfaces at every step! The point is to diminish the risk of developing wrong or faulty interfaces.
You will learn to appreciate the dynamic relationship shared by prototyping and testing, which good UI designers fully grasp. Prototyping takes the guessing game out of the creative process, delivering business savvy (on-time, on-budget) user-tested, good experiences.
No previous knowledge needed. Join us in the journey to unlock the potential of low to high fidelity prototyping techniques, through the UX Design and Evaluation MicroMasters, or as an individual course.
At a glance
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
- Associated programs:
- MicroMasters® Program in UX Design and Evaluation
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- Nielsen’s Ergonomic Heuristics,
- Cognitive Biases to Avoid,
- UI Design Principles,
- Visual Design,
- Low-Fidelity Paper Prototypes, Wireframing, Medium and High-Fidelity Prototyping,
- UX Prototyping Tools (Invision, Balsamiq, Axure rp, or Adobe XD),
- How UX Prototyping Synchs Up With User Testing.
About the instructors
Frequently Asked QuestionsSkip Frequently Asked Questions
When will the course be available?
UX Prototyping will be available by mid-October 202I. Then, in Fall 2021, we will receive the first full-program cohort for the MicroMasters in UX Design and Evaluation.
How often is this course offered?
The UX Prototyping course will be available year-round.
Which institution issues the verified certificate?
Certificates are issued by edX under the name of HECx and are delivered online through edx.org.
Do I need to be enrolled in the MicroMasters in UX Design and Evaluation to be able to take this course?
No. This course is open to all on its own. It can be taken for audit or verified certification.
May I take this course even though I haven’t taken the one preceding it in the MicroMasters?
We strongly recommend that learners take the Introduction (UXe01x.1) and UX Research (UXe01x.1) courses before any other courses. But, then, learners are welcome to go through the courses in the order that best suits them.
Who is the MicroMasters program intended for?
All the UX Design and Evaluation MicroMasters program courses are intended for those who have completed a bachelor’s degree or have a minimum of 2 years of work experience in a UX-related business environment. Recommended education or work experience in IT, engineering, design, business, BI, project management, psychology, cognitive sciences and statistics, or equivalent.
Do I need to complete the on-campus Master’s degree to get a job in UX?
No. The UX Design and Evaluation MicroMasters program will teach you enough to get at least an entry-level job in UX (depending on your own background) without having to complete the on-campus Master’s degree.
Does completion of this MicroMasters program guarantee admission to the HEC Montréal Master’s degree program?
No. The learner will need to complete the application process to HEC Montréal in order to be considered for M.Sc. in UX program. For more information, visit: https://www.hec.ca/en/programs/masters/master-user-experience/index.html
Besides the seven UX Design and Evaluation MicroMasters program courses, are there any other requirements in order to be eligible for the HEC Montréal Master’s degree?
Yes. You need to be admitted to the Master’s program. The MicroMasters program certificate does not guarantee admission. The Learner will need to complete the application process to HEC Montréal.