Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design
Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design is the first of seven courses that will provide you the knowledge and abilities you need to apply for entry-level positions in user experience design. UX designers concentrate on how customers interact with products including websites, mobile apps, and tangible items. These routine interactions are made useable, engaging, and accessible by UX designers. Enthusiasm for users, identifying their problems, coming up with design solutions, making wireframes, prototypes, and mockups, and testing designs to gain feedback are all possible duties of an entry-level UX designer.
You will engage in practical exercises that mimic real-world UX design scenarios while being instructed by current Google UX designers and researchers. Students should be prepared after completing all seven courses in this certificate programme.
Week 1 – Answers of Coursera – The basics of user experience design
What is the user experience?
The user experience is how the user feels about interacting with or experiencing a product.
The user experience is the attitude the UX designer has about a product.
The user experience is how the developer feels about a user.
What type of UX designer specializes in one kind of UX design, and has a breadth of knowledge in other areas?
Which UX design role focuses on designing the experience and functionality of a product?
Fill in the blank: If a user finds a product enjoyable to use, then the UX designer created a positive connection by considering the user’s ______ when making the product.
thoughts and feelings
hobbies and interests
What might be some of the day-to-day responsibilities of an entry-level UX designer?
Prototyping and wireframing
Pitching the product to prospective customers
Debugging and back-end engineering
Responding to incoming customer support tickets
Which type of UX designer dives deep into one particular role?
Which team member is responsible for translating a design into a functional product?
What is a benefit of starting your career with an apprenticeship?
Apprenticeships are short-term, lasting a few months.
Apprenticeships allow you to offer your services to a small business or nonprofit in exchange for a good recommendation.
Apprenticeships allow you to work for yourself.
Apprenticeships are paid.