- Jason - my journey to UX
- Introducing course 4 - Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts
- Understanding the UX research process
- Start to build a research plan - research goals, research questions, and project background
- Getting to know the research plan’s seven elements
- Continue to build the research plan - KPIs
- Continue to build the research plan - participants
- Continue to build the research plan - methodology
- Making privacy a part of UX practices
- Finish building the research plan
- Understanding privacy issues
- Vanessa - privacy, ethics, and real-world data
- Wrap-up - plan UX research studies
Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts
Join Coursera’s Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts online programme and learn how to plan and conduct usability studies to collect design feedback.
Medium of instructions English
Mode of learning Self study
Mode of Delivery Video and Text Based
Are you looking for entry-level employment in UX (user experience) design? Then the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts training by Coursera is perfect for you! This 100% online curriculum is a prestigious offering by Google's Google Career Certificates, where you will master planning and conducting usability studies for gathering design feedback. Throughout the curriculum, you will also use your research's insights to modify low-fidelity designs.
The Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts certification syllabus comprises vital lessons, along with hands-on projects for experiencing real-world UX design situations. You will gain coveted skills in UX, UXD (user experience design), UX research, usability testing, and various other areas. What’s more, you’ll learn everything from Google’s current UX researchers and designers. Thus, you can rest assured about receiving industry-best knowledge.
Equipped with flexible deadlines, video subtitles, and beginner-level content, the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts online course offers a convenient learning journey. It’s the fourth part of the Google UX Design programme and offers a paid certification, which you can share on various platforms.
- Google Career Certificates instructors
- Free enrolment offered
- 100% online training in Google UX Design
- Flexible deadlines and course subtitles
- English subtitles provided
- Beginner-level learning
- Shareable certification
- Requires nearly 21 hours for completion
- Hands-on projects
- Curriculum readings
- Practice quizzes
- Graded assessments and quizzes
- Seven-day free trial
- Paid certificates
- Top instructors from google
- Prestigious accreditation
- Beginner-level curriculum
- Free for auditing
- Shareable certificates
- 100% online
- Google ux design programme
- Seven-day free trial
- Graded assignments
- Practice quizzes
- Course readings
Course and certificate fees
Type of course
- The Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts fees are non-applicable if you wish to audit them.
- To access the graded assessments and certificate, you must pay a certification fee of Rs. 1,027
Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts course fee structure
Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts - free audit
certificate providing authority
- You should first finish the Google UX Design programme’s prior courses to enrol in the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts training. These include the ‘Start the UX Design Process: Empathise, Define, and Ideate’, ‘Foundations of User Experience (UX) Design’, and ‘Build Wireframes and Low-Fidelity Prototypes’.
- Alternatively, you can also obtain admission if you can conduct user research to report creations of personas, empathy maps, user stories, problem statements, user journey maps, and value propositions. You must also have the necessary skills to create low-fidelity prototypes and wireframes in Figma and on paper.
What you will learn
You will be adept in these areas once you’re done with the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts certification syllabus and its offerings:-
- Planning UX research studies, including research goals, project backgrounds, research questions, methodologies, key performance indicators, scripts, and participants
- Conducting an unmoderated and moderated usability study
- Explaining why respecting user data and privacy is important
- Taking notes during usability studies
- Creating affinity diagrams for analysing and grouping data
- Synthesising observations from your research and coming up with insights
- Developing persuasive presentation skills for sharing research insights
- Modifying low-fidelity designs, according to your research insights
- Designing mobile apps to showcase in your professional resume
- Skills such as usability testing, prototype, UX research, user experience (UX), and user experience design (UXD)
- Visit Coursera’s website to access the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts programme.
- Now, you can either register for the course or sign in on Coursera.
- Choose between the given options as per your learning goal. Upon proceeding with your choice, you will be enrolled. To avail of the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts certificate and graded content, you must purchase the certification. You can do this while undertaking the curriculum or once you’ve finished it.
Filling the form
To join the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts online course by Coursera, you must log in or sign up. To log in, simply fill in your Coursera email and password. You can also sign in via your Google/Facebook/Apple details.
To register, you must provide your email ID, full name and choose a password. You can also create your Coursera account through your Facebook or Google credentials.
Week 1: Planning UX research studies
Week 2: Conducting usability studies and research
- Welcoming week 2
- Conduct moderated and unmoderated usability studies
- Introduction to usability studies
- Introducing mock unmoderated usability studies
- Participant A- mock usability study
- Participant B- mock usability study
- Participant C- mock usability study
- Participant D- mock usability study
- Participant E- mock usability study
- Deana - my job as a UX researcher
- Exploring usability study’s best practices - before studying begins
- Exploring usability study’s best practices - during your study
- Identifying biases during a usability study participant’s interview
- Reducing bias in interviews
- Using spreadsheets to take notes
- Introducing note-taking methods for usability studies
- Chikezie - my journey to UX
- Wrap-up: conduct research with usability studies
Week 3: Synthesising and analysing research results
- Case study - improving designs at Google
- From observations to insights
- Developing insights
- Organising and gathering data
- Themes and patterns in research data
- Utkarsh - developing insights from usability studies
- Qualities of strong insights
- Wrap-up - synthesising and analysing research results
Week 4: Sharing research insights for better designing
- Organising insights for sharing
- Creating strong presentations
- Choosing formats for sharing insights
- Presentation tips
- Changing designs based on research insights
- Heather - delivering research insights
- Changing designs based on research insights - demo
- Wrap-up - share research insights for a better design
- Congratulations on finishing course 4 - Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts
Coursera offers scholarship schemes for its Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts course through financial aid. You can opt for this by clicking on the ‘Financial aid available’ button, situated on the programme portal. An application webpage will appear. Complete it and submit. Coursera officials will contact you within two weeks to inform you about approval.
How it helps
Once you undertake this curriculum, the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts certification benefits are aplenty. For starters, Google’s current experts will be your educators. You can audit the curriculum for free, reset deadlines to learn on a flexible schedule, and finish the course in approximately 21 hours. It is entirely virtual, allowing you to study from anywhere, at any time.
What’s more, the Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts programme will equip you with the required skills to become an entry-level UX designer. You can also seek roles such as a UI designer, UX designer, UX researcher, specialist, etc., in the endless list of companies. To this aid, you can also purchase the coveted certificate, which you can show recruiters via your LinkedIn profile, CV, or as a hard copy since it’s printable.
The Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts by Coursera will teach you to use Adobe XD and Figma through this course. You will also learn through presentation applications, word processing apps, spreadsheets, practice quizzes, readings, graded assessments, and graded quizzes.
While the curriculum offers hands-on projects and a valuable certificate to bolster your career prospects, it will also include professional portfolio creation. You can display your UX design work through this to further seek recruitment.
No. If you buy it, the course certificate will be available in your ‘Accomplishments’ section on Coursera once you complete the training.
Yes. The Conduct UX Research and Test Early Concepts offer a seven-day free trial upon signing up.
Yes. Coursera provides practice quizzes for this curriculum.
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