Análise do Curso Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes | Google Career Certificates | Coursera

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Ficha Técnica: Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes

Informação Detalhes
Preço Incluído no Coursera Plus
Número de Avaliações 7.397
Nota Média 4.9
Número de Alunos Matriculados 246,694
Atualizado Não especificado
Exercícios 13 quizzes
Materiais/Vídeos 10 vídeos, 9 leituras
Data Online
Nível de Dificuldade Iniciante
Público-alvo Aspirantes a designers UX
Objetivos Desenvolvimento de wireframes e protótipos de baixa fidelidade
Pré-requisitos Nenhum
Idioma Inglês
Duração 17 horas (aproximadamente)
Oferecido por Google Career Certificates
Nome do Instrutor Google Career Certificates

Análise: Prós e Contras: Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes

Positivos

  • Instrutores competentes, envolventes e de alto nível: O curso é ministrado por profissionais de UX da Google.
  • Material didático abrangente: O curso oferece uma variedade de vídeos, leituras e questionários.
  • Certificação respeitável: O curso faz parte do Certificado Profissional em Design de UX da Google.
  • Alto grau de aplicabilidade prática: Muitos exercícios práticos para desenvolvimento de habilidades.
  • Acesso gratuito à versão profissional do Figma.

Negativos

  • O conteúdo é originalmente oferecido em Inglês (sem a opção de áudio ou legendas em Português)
  • Falta de diretrizes claras para o envio de tarefas.
  • Sistema de avaliação por pares considerado injusto por alguns alunos.
  • Baixa interação com os instrutores.

Análise Geral: Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes

Se você está interessado em aprender como criar wireframes e protótipos de baixa fidelidade para aplicativos móveis, este curso é uma ótima opção. Você aprenderá com designers e pesquisadores de UX experientes, e terá a oportunidade de praticar suas habilidades em projetos do mundo real.

O curso também é uma boa opção para quem está começando sua carreira em design de UX. Ao final do curso, você terá um protótipo funcional de seu aplicativo móvel, que poderá incluir em seu portfólio profissional.

O curso Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes é o terceiro curso de um programa de certificado que irá equipá-lo com as habilidades necessárias para se candidatar a empregos de nível básico em design de experiência do usuário (UX). Neste curso, você continuará a projetar um aplicativo móvel para seu portfólio profissional de UX. Você começará criando storyboards e se familiarizando com os fundamentos do desenho. Em seguida, você criará wireframes de papel e wireframes digitais usando a ferramenta de design Figma. Você também criará um protótipo de papel e um protótipo de baixa fidelidade digital no Figma.

Pontos únicos de venda

  • O curso é ministrado por designers e pesquisadores de UX atuais do Google.
  • Você completará atividades práticas que simulam cenários de design de UX do mundo real.
  • Você criará um protótipo funcional de seu aplicativo móvel, que poderá incluir em seu portfólio profissional de UX.
  • Você aprenderá a reconhecer viés implícito e padrões enganosos no design.

Sugestões para estudos complementares:

  • Design de interação
  • Pesquisa de UX
  • Arquitetura de informações
  • Design de protótipos
  • Princípios de design ético

Aqui estão algumas coisas a considerar antes de comprar o curso:

Você deve ter concluído os dois cursos anteriores neste programa de certificado, ou ter a capacidade de realizar pesquisas com usuários para informar a criação de mapas de empatia, personas, histórias de usuários, mapas de jornadas do usuário, declarações de problemas e propostas de valor.

Instrutor: Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes

O curso é ministrado pela Google Career Certificates, uma iniciativa da Google para oferecer cursos profissionalizantes de alta qualidade. Embora não haja um único instrutor, os membros da equipe são todos profissionais de UX atuais na Google. Este fator adiciona um nível de credibilidade e expertise ao curso, tornando-o um investimento sólido para aqueles que buscam ingressar na área de design UX.

 

Avaliação gerada através do nosso ‘Projeto EVA’ de Inteligência Artificial. Esse conteúdo pode ser continuamente atualizado com mais informações e dados. Parcerias, dúvidas, críticas ou sugestões: contato@coletividad.org

25 reviews for Análise do Curso Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes | Google Career Certificates | Coursera

  1. Alice Yu

    This course really teaches you how to make your design come to life. This is a great way to test out the design and the usability. When you can interact with a flow(Instead of it sitting flat on a screen), you really start to notice all the jarring interactions. Research participants feel very comfortable when it’s tangible too.

  2. Lisa De Leon

    I recommend this course! At the end, you will have the skills and knowledge to build wireframes and prototypes. The clear, step-by-step instruction on using Figma is second to none, easy to understand, and fun! If you’re on the fence about taking this course, don’t hesitate.

  3. Jackson Bartlett

    I feel like I really excelled at wireframing once I understood how to do it. I appreciate how much detail the course gives, and the ability to practice things multiple times. Building these assets and undwerstanding how all the parts of my design fit together is really cool.

  4. Ravi Sathia

    A really great, and very digestible course teaches you how to build wireframes and loft prototypes. Learning about Figma in this course really sets you up for success when looking for a job.

  5. Jeremy Bauer

    I’ve been hearing about Figma for a while, but hadn’t really messed with it until now. I’ve seen it on a lot of job postings, so I’m excited this course gave me experience with it! The paper wireframes were fun to make. I’ve read about them before, but always went straight to online tools instead. It’s nice to be able to unplug and still do UX :).

  6. Amir Hossein Bakhshi Moakher

    Great Course Great Instructors learned so much around paper and digital wireframes and also learned a lot about Figma!

  7. Tammie Kang

    The IA part is a bit vague

  8. Katharine Lark

    This course is absolutely criminal. It’s supposed to be suitable for beginners, but throwing new software at people who you know have never used it before with no adequate tutorial, guidance, or help is not a way to learn something. I have spent hours in frustration now on one assignment. Figma is complete garbage as far as I can tell, which just makes this worse. No help from them on how to use their software, either. I should probably add here that I am not stupid, and normally learn new software very quickly on my own. So this is a first for me, and an indicator of just how lacking the course instruction is.
    I do not have words for how angry I am. I will be contacting Coursera for a refund. I will also tell anyone who will listen to not take any Google course or certification on Coursera.
    If you are considering taking this course, AVOID IT. Find something else to learn, or another platform to learn UX Design. It is not worth the aggravation and frustration.

  9. Daphne Macy

    I was most excited about the content of this course, and it indeed covered really interesting topics. I also felt like I was finally transitioning from the theory and research into the core of the design process. That said, I was disappointed by how little the course elaborated on information architecture, best practices of inclusive design (for example, how big should buttons be? How far should elements be from each other to provide a positive user experience for users with motor disabilities?), and on how to best use Figma. The course only briefly touched on some of these topics, which I think are extremely critical. Additionally, some of the concepts weren’t explained in a totally clear way in the course itself (and were much clearer in the recommended readings). Overall, I was most excited about this course, the material was really interesting, and I certainly feel like I learned new skills. But this course wasn’t as robust or all-inclusive as the previous two courses in the certificate program. I personally feel like it should have been at least as long as the previous two courses, and not shorter, as there’s more information that truly should have been covered.

  10. Mark R.

    I​ thought overall the course was okay but could have better if there was more feedback from the Course Instructor.

  11. Ashfaaq I.I.M

    The Team at Google have very nicely laid out this course for beginners with detailed steps from starting with our very first paper wireframe all the way to building a digital Lo-fi Prototype, all the while keeping it as fun and involved as possible. Definitely would suggest UX Design Aspirants to take up this certification.
    I would like to add that the course skipped on important sections like the Information Architecture and giving out different design rules to be followed while prototyping. These would definitely stream line a designers thought process to better deliver their design that are business effective.

  12. Viki Kavallari

    The peer assessments/grades are very bad when it comes to feedback. Feedback is not well-rounded and opinionated, sometimes you could also get a low grade from people who do not even bother to notice your work. Overall, content-wise it is a great course for beginners but the issue above needs to be resolved.

  13. Chrissy Bridgeman

    There is not a path to receive feedback from an instructor. Projects are graded by peers who may or may not have an adequate understanding of the English language and do not have experience in UX or an understanding of the project.
    IF I could receive feedback from an instructor at the end of the course either via the discussion board or slack, I would give this 5 stars but as it stands, the course is extremely lacking in helping you actually learn what you did correctly and what you did incorrectly (or could be improved upon).

  14. AK Creations

    A​ll the 4 courses I enrolled in were ok!. I didn’t find it great. The instructors were just reading out from the screen. I wanted to experience real teaching. Some assignments were fun, but overall it’s time to change the teaching style. 

  15. Jim Nelson

    G​reat course with great instructors. I really enjoyed learning about wireframes and lo-fi prototypes. Figma is a great program and it was nice to have personal instructors teaching you how to use it.

  16. Luis Contreras

    Fun and practical course on wireframing and prototyping in Figma. Found it easy to follow, well explained and useful. I wireframed an entire app and prototyped it. A needed skill in UX design.

  17. Jenny C

    I d to submit peer review assignment 7 times before it passed. System hiccup? Not happy.

  18. Nithin P

    This course is super helpful in regards to explaining the theoretical side of things. The instructor was the best of the lot, who brought a certain fun to the teaching. The course is also informative for beginners. I, however, had one issue with the course, which was the way they handles Figma.
    All wireframes in this course are made through Figma, but this course isn’t a Figma course, so everything was either very simply explained or brushed over. I would suggest everyone to take a Figma course along with this to get to know plugins and UI kits which can make the wireframing process easier than it is explained here.
    4/5

  19. Andrea Kallies

    I had to submit my prototype several time because peer reviews didn’t properly grade my prototype. I only have to submit one flow not a fully functioning app but people didn’t’ understand. My flow at 5 wireframes and still they wouldn’t give me the points. I am really disappointed and coursera wasn’t helpful! This is not helpful if people are not properly grading.

  20. Madu Bharani

    The course was a good user experience (UX) for a student of UX as to how UX should be designed to be inclusive of even users who are remote and not classroom and make it successful. Specifically the video with transcript and the transcript highlighting the text being spoken in the video makes the UX much more productive by allowing student to rewind, review and remember!
    In my perception I noticed while submitting the prototype of CoffeeHouse there was an option (with link icon) to submit as a clickable link whereas when I submitted my portfolio ArtAnywhere there was no link visible and entire webpage address of Figma had to copy pasted, which may be a small inconvenience for the peer reviewer to copy paste into the browser and view.
    A suggestion is that whenever the submission is viewed the system should generate a email notification to the submitter.
    Currently the search function by key words doesn’t work in the submission page, it would help if search works!
    Thanks for the education, training and this opportunity to comment and give feed back.
    Happy Holidays and Happy Healthier New Year 2021.
    Best regards,
    Madu.
    Email: farmermadu@gmail.com
    Voice/Text +1 847-660-6670
    https://www.linkedin.com/in/maduraibharani

  21. sanjar khan

    best course for who wish to enhance skills in ux design field really appreciate the course creators and all the team members of this cousre who had given their best work for us many many thanks

  22. Kayla Lawrence

    Feedback from peers is helpful but passing/failing grades should not be determined by others who are also learning

  23. Tay Chanawat

    G​ood course with proper instructors and information. The thing to improve is the volumn in each clip. I found that some are pretty loud and some are low which provides a not-so-good user experience.

  24. Diane Ward

    Teachers are good, but I think the peer review component is unnecessary, arbitrary. I probably won’t take more of these courses, as the peer-review component drags them out.

  25. Al-noor Hadjimanan

    The course is good, but sometimes the peer feedback can be frustrating. It’s like they don’t check my work properly and just guess my grade. Even though I did it correctly, they mark it wrong.

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