Requirement Definition and Design Framework
Learn about the fundamentals of modeling, design framework and requirement definition from this free online course.
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This course will begin by introducing you to the modeling phase in the goal-directed design process. You will learn about the activities of the 'modeling users and use context' phase such as transcribing and reflecting as well as the attributes of different types of models such as persona and workflow models. You will be introduced to defining requirements, the types of requirements and alternate categorization. The significance of data and usability requirements will be made clear.
Next, you will discuss the various aspects of interaction framework, platforms, posture and system inputs methods. You will also explore data and functional elements, functional groups, validation as well as key path scenarios. Furthermore, you will analyze the importance of visual design framework, experience attributes, visual language, the industrial design framework, interface design standards, and design principles. You will also study the key activities in the research phase and the various means of identifying ideal candidates for interviews.
This free online course will help you to learn about key concepts and requirements in developing interactive products successfully as well as meeting user goals. You will study the evaluation framework and the methods of usability evaluation. This course will be of great interest to students, UI/UX designers, product designers, and anyone with an interest in the development of interactive products. Start your next learning journey, today.Start Course Now
Modeling and Requirement Definition
Modeling and Requirement Definition - Learning Outcomes
The Modeling Phase
The Requirement Definition Phase
Requirement Definition - Scenarios
Modeling and Requirement Definition - Lesson Summary
Design Framework and Evaluation
Design Framework and Evaluation - Learning Outcomes
Framework Definition - Interaction Framework
Visual and Industrial Design Framework
Design Evaluation and Testing
Design Framework and Evaluation - Lesson Summary
Having completed this course, you should be able to:
- Discuss the activities of the 'modeling user and context of use' phase
- Analyze the major types of models in the modeling phase
- Identify the types of requirements in the design process
- Describe the process of developing scenarios in the design process
- Evaluate the basic design principles
- Discuss the elements of the design evaluation framework
- Distinguish between subjective and objective evaluations
- State the criteria for selecting usability evaluation methods
- Explain the usability evaluation methods
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