Análise do Curso Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design | Google Career Certificates | Coursera

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Ficha Técnica: Fundamentos do Design de Experiência do Usuário (UX)

Atributo Informação
Preço Incluído no Coursera Plus
Número de Avaliações 59.447
Classificação 4.8/5
Estudantes Inscritos 1.067.732
Atualizado Não especificado
Exercícios 18 quizzes
Materiais/Vídeos Não especificado
Data Online
Nível/Dificuldade Iniciante
Público Aspirantes a designers de UX
Objetivo Fundamentos de UX Design
Pré-requisitos Nenhum
Idioma Inglês
Duração Aproximadamente 19 horas
Oferecido por Google
Nome do Instrutor Google Career Certificates

Análise: Prós e Contras Fundamentos do Design de Experiência do Usuário (UX)

Prós

  • O curso oferece uma introdução abrangente ao campo de UX Design, o que é especialmente útil para iniciantes.
  • Conteúdo bem estruturado na cobertura dos fundamentos do UX Design.
  • Acesso a instrutores e pesquisadores da Google, que são especialistas na área.
  • Certificado compartilhável oferecido após a conclusão do curso.
  • Os exercícios e quizzes mantêm os alunos engajados e permitem uma aprendizagem mais dinâmica.
  • Algumas lições sobre acessibilidade e design sprints foram consideradas úteis.

Contras

  • O Curso é em Inglês
  • O curso tem um ritmo lento e a cadência de fala nos vídeos é considerada artificial por alguns alunos.
  • Faltam exemplos práticos e estudos de caso para ilustrar os conceitos.
  • Algumas críticas sobre a inclusão prematura de módulos sobre networking e criação de portfólio, considerado irrelevante para quem ainda está no começo.
  • Muitos alunos sentiram que a seção sobre criação de portfólios e perfis de mídia social é prematura e poderia ser intimidante para iniciantes.
  • A qualidade e cadência do conteúdo de vídeo são frequentemente criticadas por serem lentas ou pouco naturais.
  • Há relatos de decepção, considerando o curso mais uma preparação para busca de emprego do que uma fundamentação sólida em UX Design.

Análise Geral: Fundamentos do Design de Experiência do Usuário (UX)

O curso é o primeiro de uma série de sete que visa preparar os estudantes para cargos de nível inicial em design de experiência do usuário. Aborda desde conceitos fundamentais em design de UX, como design centrado no usuário, até processos de design mais específicos, como sprints de design.

Fundamentos do Design de Experiência do Usuário (UX) é o primeiro de uma série de sete cursos que o equiparão com as habilidades necessárias para se candidatar a empregos de nível básico em design de experiência do usuário. Os designers de UX se concentram nas interações que as pessoas têm com produtos como sites, aplicativos móveis e objetos físicos. Os designers de UX tornam essas interações diárias utilizáveis, agradáveis e acessíveis. A função de um designer de UX de nível básico pode incluir empatizar com os usuários, definir seus pontos de dor, apresentar ideias para soluções de design, criar wireframes, protótipos e mockups e testar designs para obter feedback. Designers e pesquisadores de UX atuais da Google servirão como seus instrutores, e você concluirá atividades práticas que simulam cenários de design de UX do mundo real. Os alunos que concluírem os sete cursos neste programa de certificado devem estar equipados para se candidatar a empregos de nível básico como designers de UX. Nenhuma experiência anterior é necessária. Ao final deste curso, você será capaz de:

  • Definir o campo de UX e explicar por que é importante para consumidores e empresas.
  • Compreender conceitos fundamentais em design de UX, como design centrado no usuário, a estrutura do pensamento de design, acessibilidade e design focado na equidade.
  • Identificar os fatores que contribuem para um ótimo design de experiência do usuário.
  • Revisar as responsabilidades comuns de trabalho de designers de UX de nível básico e equipes com as quais trabalham.
  • Explorar oportunidades de trabalho e caminhos de carreira no campo da experiência do usuário.
  • Explicar por que os sprints de design são uma parte importante e útil do trabalho de um designer de UX.
  • Descrever métodos comuns de pesquisa de UX.
  • Identificar e levar em consideração os vieses na pesquisa de UX.

Resumo dos principais pontos e conclusões:

  • O design de UX é o campo que se concentra nas interações que as pessoas têm com produtos.
  • Os designers de UX usam seus conhecimentos e habilidades para criar produtos que sejam utilizáveis, agradáveis e acessíveis.
  • Este curso irá equipá-lo com as habilidades necessárias para se candidatar a empregos de nível básico em design de UX.
  • Ao final deste curso, você será capaz de definir o campo de UX, explicar seus conceitos fundamentais, identificar os fatores que contribuem para um ótimo design de experiência do usuário e muito mais.

Pontos Únicos de Venda

  • Instrutores e pesquisadores atuais da Google.
  • Flexibilidade para aprender no seu próprio ritmo.
  • 18 quizzes que oferecem uma avaliação contínua ao longo do curso.

Sugestões para Estudos Complementares

Para complementar o aprendizado, considere estudar tópicos relacionados como:

  • Design de Interação
  • Pesquisa de Usuários e Testes A/B
  • Prototipagem.
  • O entendimento de linguagens de programação como HTML e CSS também seria benéfico.

Plataformas como Coursera oferecem uma variedade de cursos em cada um destes tópicos.

Instrutor: Google Career Certificates

O curso é oferecido por Google Career Certificates, um programa de certificação profissional da Google. Com mais de 7,8 milhões de alunos e 319 cursos oferecidos, a plataforma se posiciona como um instrutor de alta qualidade.

Números e Destaques

  • 7.861.952 alunos inscritos nos cursos.
  • 319 cursos disponíveis.
  • Classificação do instrutor de 4.8 baseada em 24.769 avaliações.

 

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25 reviews for Análise do Curso Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design | Google Career Certificates | Coursera

  1. Victoria Mystic

    Perfectly informative for someone without the knowledge already, coming from someone with a degree in the field already. Though, creating a portfolio without any work to show would be hard! haha!

  2. Xavier Restituyo

    I think as someone who looked into UI/UX on their own time before taking any of this course this is too geared towards beginners and information felt like fluff to fill with 2 -5 min videos regurgitating the common sense principles of UX design. I’ve learned more in one 2hr lecture on UI/UX from a ‘GDC’ youtube video than this entire course series

  3. Phillip Lanzetta

    Very clear program focusing on an introduction to the industry and best practices to mapping a path to an entry-level position. Loved how job oriented it was.

  4. Jessie Effendi

    Weeks 1-3 were very informative and helpful and helping me decide that I want to continue learning to become a UX designer. I felt that Week 4 was out of place though. Week 4 talks about building a portfolio and asks you to purchase a domain and make a website. I currently have my own website for my illustration work but I would like to wait to make a website for UX until I have something to show.

  5. Hadas Goren

    I really liked the course and I would give it a 5 but the only reason I gave it a 4 is because all the designers that were interviewed (linkedin examples, etc.) had design background, either studied it or interned/worked. I am not coming from that background at all so it was hard to relate and also it made wondered if there are people like me with diverse background who are a bit older who got a chance to work at companies like Google. If I were to improve the course I would also bring people from completely different background of design and who might be switching their career at a later stage of life to be more inclusive.

  6. Fábio Laoviahn

    The premise of UX Foundations was that we can learn in our own way. But now I see strict deadlines and no tools to customize it.
    That is why the system does not meet my needs to reconcile work and personal responsibilities.
    I don’t think the advertisement was true with what was offered within the course. I was charged, missed deadlines and now I am very dissatisfied with the information.

  7. Tarra Wood

    Overall, I think the course was great. A super informative introduction to UX, and it made me excited to keep going and start course 2. My only somewhat negative feedback is not with the information, but of the timing of the last section. I think the sessions on networking and creating the social profiles and portfolios seemed a little premature. This is all so much information and could be so intimidating for those that have zero knowledge in this field. With a design background, I have a website and Linkedin etc, and I hate to be someone that makes a blank profile or account somewhere since it looks unprofessional. Also, paying for a website early with no information on it or work to show could be overwhelming and to me, even with knowledge of making squarespace sites and having social media accounts, I feel like it’s a lot to create all these accounts this early on with no work in UX done yet. I’m sure there’s a good reason for putting this info out there early on in the course, but that was just my initial thought on everything!

  8. tierra lewis

    The information presented in this course was not worth paying for. It was rudimentary at best and nothing you would be capable or proud to put on a resume. It’s a gimmick, existing to draw you into a 7 step program which you will continue to pay for, not a ‘short course’ at all. The advertising should reflect that.

  9. Neil Butcher

    The course covers the absolute basics of what UX design is while going into some level of detail about the foundational aspects of the field. While that’s great, the video content is gruelingly slow and speaking cadence is extremely unnatural and hard to watch. The content covered is sometimes a little too detailed in some regards, while missing out on key elements that I (just personally, as a practicing UX designer) find to be fundamentally significant and useful. Some of the content is also worded incorrectly or seems to be prepared for a different set of content than what is actually presented, but that’s rare. At the end of the course, the certificate you’re presented with looks pretty bleh. I would definitely not be proud to hang it on my wall. It reminds me of the shoddy 2-minute graphic jobs that come from online scammers or other people who know little-to-nothing about graphic design, but need to quickly produce some kind of visual artifact to scam some entirely-ignorant party. Overall, I would recommend this to someone who knows nothing about UX design and has a strong passion to begin their journey into the field, but past that, a simple outline of principles and fundamentals along with a few weeks of self-education using easily-obtained online resources and references seems likely to result in broader knowledge and a better skill set, closer to real expectations of the field.

  10. Michael Amir

    This course has so much content than It should have had. What could be explained in 1 minute is explained in 4 or something.

  11. kiran PS

    The (Foundations of UX design) course kind of overview on UX design field. I really like the
    content of presentation. I recommended to who wants to learn and explore UX design.
    Thank you.

  12. Stacey Troutman

    Very detailed and I was able to go at my own pace. I enjoy the switch between reading and videos with the pop quizzes in the videos too. It kept me engaged the whole time! Can’t wait to learn more!

  13. Minka Kramer

    I am extremely dissapointed in this course. While it does covers the absolute basics of UX design, you could get the same information just by Googling it (oh the irony). There’s not enough real life examples of good and bad UX design and often times the discussion prompts are completely useless because you simply do not have enough knowledge to write about the provided topic.
    If this is meant for complete beginners it makes no sense to skip the most basic building blocks of creating an enjoyable UX and go straight to creating a portfolio and finding a job when you don’t even know how to do anything yet.
    While the videos are short and easy to digest, they get hard to watch after a while. The speaking is unnatural and kinda robotic and can someone tell Michael to blink? It’s all I could focus on.
    As someone with some knowledge of UX design, graphic design and web, I learned nothing new that could help me advance my career or find a job in that area.

  14. Allen Pham

    The beginning felt interesting and informative with the introduction to UX design. But the end, especially the part about creating your own portfolio felt like it wasn’t needed yet. They could have skimmed over it and save that till the end of the foundation when that’s the thing you should focus on, rather than putting it in the first course when there is nothing to show when thinking about creating a portfolio.

  15. Elena Agibalova

    Huge disappointment! The course is misleadingly called “Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design”, but instead it’s barely about UX design and mostly about how to prepare for job search. I don’t need a job, I need information about UX design. You know how I’d call this course on UX design? “An example of awful user experience”, that’s how.

  16. Melanie Seibert

    The most useful lessons were around accessibility and design sprints. However, too much emphasis is placed on portfolios and social media before ever showing us how to design anything. Those pieces should come last.

  17. Avishek Devnath

    This course introduced me to the world of UX Design. It has also encouraged me to go deeper in this field and explore more. Thank you, Google, Coursera, Commonwealth, and the Government of Bangladesh.

  18. SIVA KUMAR

    This course inspired me, before taking this course I have been used some UX Design communities, I have worked in Adobe XD Design. This course explains the right way and UX process.
    I like this mentor.

  19. OM KALE

    I​ts a great course.
    I​f you are looking to enter UI/UX industry that its a must.
    I​nstructor guides from start, so even if you don’t have any knowledge its fine.
    A​ll you need is zeal to learn.

  20. Nikita Zhurenko

    I​t was great experience. The speakers were good designers who sharing their vision from the beginning to end. I do it just for few weeks, and I am happy to receive my certificate. Thank you, Googlers!

  21. Natalya Binder

    I​t is a great course for beginners and people transitioning to UX/UI design career from other fields. It gives you a basic knowledge and information what UX design is and how to apply it in real life.

  22. umesh kumar

    It was so cool to learn new skills online and it was so understandable and thankfull to Google team, Courseera and the technology that helped people like me to get new skills flew in the blood stream.

  23. GOWTHAM PRASANTH

    First i have to tell the amount of effect and information than put in this course is great hell lot of information about UX Design. Now iam thinking that i have selected a best course offered about UX

  24. Lasitha peramuna

    This course inspired me, before taking this course I have been used some UX Design communities, I have worked in Adobe XD Design. This course explains the right way and UX process. I like this mentor.

  25. Garrett Lew

    It is pretty good. You learn new things even as someone who has some idea of what UX is. Would recommend to those who want to start learning because it is affordable and provides valuable information.

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