Critical First Exercise
Exercise: Design an Ideal Wallet
Core Concepts And Process Overview
Quiz 1: Core Concepts, And Process
Exercise: Pick A Case Study
Empathize and Interviews, Part 1
Quiz 2: Planning Interviews
Exercise: Planning, Conducting, and Analyzing Interviews
Empathize and Interviews, Part 2
Quiz 3: Conducting Interviews
Quiz 4: Analyzing Interviews
Exercise: Analyze Interview Data
Define, Ideate, and Prototype
Exercise: Framing The Design Challenge
Quiz 5: Define and Iterate
Exercise: Design Ideas
Testing and Iterating
Exercise: Test And Iterate
Learn and try out the concepts and processes of Design Thinking.
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Thousands of companies use Design Thinking to innovate and implement new products and services. In this course you will learn everything you need to know about Design Thinking concepts and the Design Thinking process. At the beginning you will experience a quick Design Thinking exercise so you can get a feel for what Design Thinking is all about. As the course continues you will pick a case study to work on and take that case study through the process of Design Thinking. When you have completed the course you will know how to start and finish a Design Thinking project on your own.
This course is based on a semester-long course taught at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point by the same instructor, Dr. Susan Weinschenk.
About This Course:
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- What Design Thinking is and why it is so popular
- Core concepts in Design Thinking
- The 5 steps in the Design Thinking process -- Empathize, Define, Ideate, Prototype, Test
- How to conduct Design Thinking type interviews and how these are different from other forms of user research
- How to analyze the results of your interviews
- How to define and reframe the problem before you start developing solutions
- How to ideate different solutions to the problem and how to choose the best idea
- How to effectively get feedback from your target audience on your ideas
- How to test multiple prototype solutions
- How Design Thinking is similar to, and different from, Lean and User Centered Design (UCD)
and much, much more! You have unlimited access to all the lessons 24 hours a day, for as long as you want or need them, so you can take the course at your own pace and go back to review any materials any time you want. All of our courses have quizzes, as well as exercises that you can send in for feedback from Dr. Susan Weinschenk.
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What are the prerequisites?
- There are no specific prerequisites for this course
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over an hour of video content
- 9 Guided Exercises
- 5 Quizzes
- UX Certificate Exam Study Guide
- How to follow a Design Thinking process
- Experience taking a project through the Design Thinking process
Who is the target audience?
- Designers, Product Managers, and anyone who needs to innovate new products or services
About the Instructor: Susan Weinschenk, The Brain Lady
Susan Weinschenk has a Ph.D. in Psychology and over 30 years of experience as a behavioral scientist. She applies research in psychology to predict, understand, and explain what motivates people and how they behave. Her work includes training, presenting, and consulting in communications, customer experience, user experience, and usability. She is a consultant and keynote speaker for Fortune 1000 companies, start-ups, non-profit agencies, educational institutions, and conferences. Her clients include Walmart, Disney, The Mayo Clinic, Charles Schwab, and Best Buy. Dr. Weinschenk is the author of several books, including 100 Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People, 100 MORE Things Every Designer Needs To Know About People and How to Get People To Do Stuff. Her nickname is The Brain Lady, because she applies research on the brain and neuroscience to design.