22 de oct. de 2017
The best introduction classes, gives an overall idea about UI/UX. Grateful for the efforts taken by the Georgia Tech and Coursera. Looking forward to see more courses related to my career. Thank you.
4 de jul. de 2020
For an introductory course, this is very efficient and effective in learning terminologies and get a good high-level understanding of Process, types and common techniques used in Design process :)
por Dino H•
10 de oct. de 2021
por Arvind C•
30 de may. de 2020
por shane d•
18 de jul. de 2020
The video content production came across as very amateur, lines of flubbed dialogue left in, and overall just came across as unprofessional. Very little attention to detail, you can tell this was throw together in a matter of maybe a few weeks. That might be being too generous. Here's the development cycle for this course: Talking head, garbage slides, bad green screen, lazy video production, minimal information, and now lets charge money. Thankfully I just did the free version. I will say I did learn a few things and the layout of being able to save notes from the video was nice. However I would never recommend this to anyone when you can go find all this information elsewhere and with much higher quality. If any passion or care was shown to this course to get me excited then I would recommend it but as it stands right now. This is a hard pass. I can't believe you are actually charging money for this, simply stunning.
por Julia M•
26 de oct. de 2020
it's funny that this course is all about user experience and yet it was not at all a good teaching technique. I found it boring and not at all interactive. It was very difficult to concentrate while the professor was talking and reading slides on a white artificial background. This topic involves a lot of technical terms and I feel like I was missing a lot of examples and metaphors in order to actually remember them all. I would love to see a course in an interactive video, one that not only talking but also using visual examples in order to make this or any other topic memorable and easy to learn. something similar to this but with a voice: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=II8TOCsoMK0&ab_channel=asyrafhaziq
por Courtney B•
17 de feb. de 2022
In this course you’re getting very basic definitions without any real world application so it creates a very general understanding. You’re pretty much listening to a lecture and viewing basic text slides, it is a challenge to stay interested and focused.
This course is listed as introductory but around week 3 starts speaking on topics and in specific terms without explaining them enough for someone completely new to UX to understand. Those criticisms are echoed in the discussions and forums for week 3.
The course also feels very dated, some of the resources are no longer active and some of the examples feel irrelevant.
por Veenal R D•
8 de jun. de 2021
It's a good course to get started with UX design as it just introduces you to different aspects within the field. The course however fails to go enough in depth to help someone get started within the field or feel confident about the same. There is no way to analyze your progress besides the quiz which in no way help while working in this field. The course also has a lot of reading material that helps understand topic much better than the tutor in the course.
por Benjamín V P•
28 de dic. de 2020
El tema es muy interesante, entretenido y donde se puede aprender bastante. Pero, la presentadora es aburrida, lee todo el curso, monótona y no aporta nada, es lamantable. Este curso NO es de la experiencia del usuario ya que lo expuesto se puede aplicar en casi cualquier forma de hacer las cosas. No es un curso bueno, es un mal curso.
Gracias de todas maneras, siempre se puede aprender algo nuevo y rescatar cosas buenas de cada curso.
por Oliver F•
30 de abr. de 2021
This course is almost entirely about how to talk to customers when looking at design which is how we end up with terrible interfaces in everything. Just because you implement what the customer says they like doesn't mean it is the optimal way to develop a UX. I was expecting at least some general concepts of what makes a good UX but it is basically just a general project management course with some UX specific terms thrown in.
por Teresa B•
22 de ago. de 2020
I had no prior UX experience, this course was painfully slow and lacked content in the videos. I learned more from the reference reading material than I did the videos. The quirkiness of the lingo specific to UX is not explained well in this course. Despite being a beginner at UX, I learned very little directly from this class. I gave it two starts because at least I learned things from the reference materials.
por Andrea S•
11 de may. de 2021
Una buena y básica introducción al mundo de diseño de experiencia de usuario, me permitió repasar los conceptos vistos en mi carrera (diseño industrial) y ahora procederé a tomar un curso más completo y especializado con las bases frescas y correctas. La verdad es que es bastante aburrido pero al menos pude acabarlo rápidamente y repasar algunos conceptos.
por Зак К•
24 de abr. de 2022
Hello, I passed the 2nd week of this course and started solving the test. it turned out that your test gives the correct answer randomly... Especially to confirm my words, I wrote down every time I took the test at the end of the 2nd week for the same answers, your test gives completely different answers. Please correct =(
por Connor W•
6 de feb. de 2022
This course seemed great at first, but the quality really dropped off after the first week. The mini progress questions disappeared. The transcript quality steadily dropped. More and more focus was placed on outside material. The quality and quantity of test questions by the end of the last section was frustratingly low.
por Bosa I•
3 de ene. de 2021
Very average course... This course wasn't the best. Besides the poorly worded quiz questions, especially the Prototype and Evaluation quizes, there's way too much theory and not much practical learning. I going to have to take many more courses in order to learn UX/UI Design. Average course.
por Alexandr L•
17 de ene. de 2018
Very basic course. Lack of practical tasks and to much of external links - instead of covering material within the lessons - made this course too short and not very involving... I get that this is Introduction, but I was hoping for more 'in depth' approach.
por Grant S•
22 de may. de 2020
An introduction, no doubt. But almost no depth and surface level explanations. Even as a beginner I would have expected better structured quizzes and content.
por Gaelle E•
26 de ago. de 2020
Okay if looking to see what user experience is about, you will need to do more courses to get a more solid foundation as it isnt enough to give you that.
por Damian D•
23 de ago. de 2017
To give a glimpse and touch only the base is not enough. The course lacks exercises and more examples. I wish it would be much more practical.
por Amanda B•
25 de jul. de 2021
The reader/speaker was not impressive. "Pop quiz" popups are not functional. A course overview printout would be a nice addition.
por Anders S T•
13 de sep. de 2021
Typos, so many typos. And several pop-up quizzes are broken. Might be better later on, but I don't have the patience.
por Agathi K•
27 de abr. de 2022
The course just gives an overall view of what User Experience, focuses on terminology and uses weak examples.
por Roy B S•
7 de abr. de 2020
Overall concepts and framework given, lacking hands on practice on building something with tools
por Ankush K•
25 de abr. de 2020
A little too fundamental, although the instructor does point that out in the beginning.
por Mike T•
21 de sep. de 2016
Very repetitive content, provide only some abstract presentation of the technics used.
por Jože D•
30 de nov. de 2020
Not practical at all, just about theoretical terms. In my opinion it is quite dull.
6 de ago. de 2020
VERY basic concepts. You could learn a lot more from watching a few youtube videos.